Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 7
Rated 5 out of 5 by Teresa Would refer a friend
Great size & adorable, well made
Rated 5 out of 5 by Elizabeth Her very own "Chair"!!
My granddaughter cannot quite sit up by herself yet, but she's almost there! When that happens, this will be a great toy for her to sit on and be with the family. She already loves the horse's face (she pulls it toward her and hugged it) and she investigates all of the enticing attachments. It's a great addition!
Rated 2 out of 5 by Andrea I would Not but this toy again.
Cute toy but neigh sound does Not work. Very disappointed .
Rated 5 out of 5 by Karen For the love of learning and horses!
We bought this for my grandniece for Christmas. My daughter being an equestrian thought it was great! I try to give the young children in our family educational, learning and fun gifts plus the horse character is an added bonus! The quality of Melissa & Doug products is exceptional from past experiences!
Rated 5 out of 5 by mcca8870 Great gift
Love this idea
Rated 2 out of 5 by MossMom Not too happy with this one...
We love Melissa and Doug products, so when Santa wanted suggestions for what to get our 9 month old for his first Christmas we suggested this! This is super cute to look at, but it just doesn't do what it should for the amount of money Santa paid. I have yet to hear the horse make noise. You can feel the sound box in his head, but it simply doesn't work. My babe does crawl all over him and occasionally sits on him. For the price it's just not what we expected.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Muckimuck Adorable, with lots to do, but...
I bought two of the Giddy Up Horses for my almost toddler age granddaughters. The stuffed horses are bright and colorful, as well as just plain adorable. There are lots of fun activities that help develop fine motor skills and balance. The horse makes a galloping sound and whinnies, but the sound box is in the head. (The sound box in one of the horses made a strange, indescribable sound after the last whinny.) The only way to trigger the sound box is to punch or hit the top of the horse's head. Neither granddaughter could hit it hard enough, so I looked like Grandma gone wild, sitting on the floor, repeatedly punching adorable, defenseless, stuffed animals in the head! Coming out of the packages, brand new, both of the heads were floppy and leaned to one side. I can't imagine how much more they would lean after a month or two of play. For my pre-toddler girls, I was disappointed with the horse's back stuffing (seat) as both children sank a little to much, making a "dismount" difficult without assistance. A bit too pricey given the poor design...even on sale.