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Here is a selection of some products released in 2021 from Schleich’s ‘Horse Club’ range.
The Horse Box with Horse Club Tori & Princess from Schleich Horse Club is lovingly designed. The prize ribbons, gold medal and trophy show shared riding achievements that the fully moveable Tori figurine has had with her beautiful Frisian mare, Princess. The walls of the box are decorated with beautiful stickers that can be written on. The roof is removable and can be used as a separate stable. Bridle, reins and saddle are ready for the next training – as is the carrot for a reward. While the mare stands contentedly at the hay rack and trough, Tori’s cute chihuahua, Beauty, runs around the box.
The Washing Area with Horse Club Emily & Luna from Schleich Horse Club is very modern. The fully moveable Emily figurine places the saddle and bridle on the saddle block, uses the halter to tie her beautiful Holsteiner mare, Luna, to the horse washing area and cleans the horse’s coat with the curry comb and grooming brush from the cleaning box. The water hose hangs on a movable swivel arm. This makes it easy to reach the horse from all sides. A non-slip ring rubber mat makes sure nobody slips during washing.
At the Schleich Horse Club Friendship Tournament, Sofia rides an Arabian mare and Lisa a Trakhener mare. The wide variety of play functions and extensive accessories are terrific fun: The fully movable girl figurines groom the animals in the horse stall with card and hoof pick and put on their saddle and bridle. They put on their helmets before riding. The obstacle course is surrounded by a fence and has two jumps. One is decorated with hearts and the other is painted gold. The dreaded water jump demands concentration. Two flags flutter in the wind, and suddenly a mouse darts behind the straw bales! The spectators in the stands are tense and excited. Will the horses become insecure? After the tournament, the winner is awarded a bouquet and a ribbon on the podium. Wonderful souvenir photos are taken with a camera and tripod.
The German Riding Pony Mare from Schleich Horse Club has a beautiful chestnut coat. The braids in her mane are held together with cute, small ties. These are a special eye-catcher at tournaments. German Riding Ponies are very friendly animals that are specially bred for riding by children and youth. They look like little horses and are suitable for both dressage and show jumping.
Horse Club Sarah & Mystery from Schleich Horse Club are inseparable. When Sarah and her Arabian mare gallop across open fields, wade through brooks or wander through the woods, the two friends become a single heart and soul. The Sarah figurine wears a riding helmet, is fully movable and can put the bridle and reins on her horse as well as sit in the saddle and ride. With her pretty yellow armband, Sarah shows that she is a member of the Horse Club.
The mane of the Hanoverian Mare, Black from Schleich Horse Club is braided into small standing tournament braids. Her lively pose shows that she is full of energy and can hardly wait to perform with her rider. Hanoverians are amongst the oldest warmblood breeds and are excellent tournament horses. They are easy to train, bold and determined, and have a gentle, kind character.
Horse Club Hannah & Cayenne from the Schleich Horse Club are an unbeatable team. They go together through thick and thin! The fully movable Hannah figurine can not only stand up, but also angle her legs to sit on her quarter horse gelding Cayenne. The set also includes a bridle, reins and a saddle for western riding because that is Hannah’s passion. The red armband she wears is a sign of the close friendship between the Horse Club friends.
The Lakeside Country House and Stable from Schleich Horse Club is home to Hannah and her parents and offers a wide variety of play functions and accessories. In the kitchen, they can eat apple pie straight from the oven at the kitchen table or sneak a snack from the refrigerator. Plate, cups, pot and pans are washed in the sink. Like her parents Oliver and Caroline, the Hannah figurine is fully movable and can sit, ride and stand. They all take care of the quarter horse Cayenne and Hanoverian stallion Jupiter. The horses are prepared for training with a good grooming with card and curry comb, and then are bridled and saddled with a saddle from the saddle rack. While her parents spend the evening on the balcony or the couch by the living room table, Hannah sneaks up to the attic with her bunk bed ladder. There, she plays with the kittens and discovers a golden key. They all put on their pjamas in the bathroom, before the light on the nightstand is turned off. Everyone snuggles into their blankets and pillows and dreams of new adventures on horseback.
The light coat of the Hanoverian Foal, Red Dun from Schleich Horse Club is exceptionally beautiful. The mane and tail are dark, as is typical for a dun horse. The foal also has dark legs and a cute, dark snout. It’s sure to be a beauty when fully grown. The erect and refined posture that it already has shows that it’s sure to prove a jumping and dressage talent at tournaments in the future.