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Tek Nek Rockin’ Rider Pony + Giveaway (Holiday Gift Guide Pick)

Tek Nek rocking pony
When I saw this Tek Nek Rockin’ Rider Pony for the first time, I melted. He’s just the cutest little thing, and I wanted to hug him and sit on him immediately.

But because I love him (and there’s a recommended 65 lb weight limit), I didn’t sit on him.

He can thank his lucky horseshoes for that.

Teknek Rockin' Rider Pony

Standing just over a foot tall (riding height), the pony is made for the littlest ones, and it’s easy for them to get on and off its back. Plus, the soft plush body is much more comfortable to ride than a traditional wooden rocking horse.

I also like that the rocking rail is made of plastic. My old wooden rocking horse cracked and left jagged splinters, so I appreciate that this one is much safer.

rockin' rider pink pony
The one thing to be cautious about is that it’s likely to scoot across the floor a little bit when kids are rocking on it. It will move less on carpets, but it will still move, and I can remember as a child that I wanted it to scoot. I’m pretty sure all kids love that! ;)

Another fun thing about the pony is that it talks, sings, and moves its mouth. But no worries, there’s volume control and an on/off switch in the battery pack (3 AA batteries included) right by his mane.

Rockin' Rider Pony
A gentle squeeze on one ear will bring on a song, and a squeeze on the other ear will have the little pony neighing, galloping, or talking. The sound effects are pretty darn realistic too!

pony face

The only thing I thought was a little odd is that the pony sings in a male voice, but talks in a female voice. Not a big deal; it just seems a little silly.

I wanted you to be able to see how the pony moves its mouth while it sings and talks, so I made a little video.

 

You fell in love with it too, didn’t you?

Buy It! The Tek Nek Rockin’ Rider Pony is available at Amazon for $62.99.

GIVEAWAY!

One lucky winner will receive a Tek Nek Rockin’ Rider Pony in your choice of pink or brown! (After you enter here, head over to Thanks, Mail Carrier. She’s giving one away too!)

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I received the Tek Nek Rockin’ Rider Pony for review. All opinions expressed in the post belong entirely to me.

About Liz

Liz Mays is a professional lifestyle blogger in coastal North Carolina. She loves writing about food and sharing recipes, and has a passion for travel, tech, entertainment, home decor and style.

Comments

  1. I would name it Tico but I’m sure my grandson would have his own ideas.

  2. I would name my pony Chestnut.

    pandahugger(at)gmail(dot)com

  3. tina reynolds says:

    We would name him Colty

  4. shirley pebbles says:

    I would name him teddy

  5. Lavender

  6. My son says he’d name it Diego after his favorite show

  7. I would name it Rocky. Thanks for the awesome giveaway :)

    Renee
    fattybumpkins at yahoo dot com

  8. I would name it Rocky. My little one would probably name it MINE!

  9. Patricia Wojnar Crowley says:

    I would name mine Cotton Candy!