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The Daddle By Cashel

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Product Description

This soft, stuffed "saddle" straps onto your back. Complete with a soft saddle horn and adjustable stirrups. For children ages 2-6. All cotton. Machine wash. Made in USA.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B003EWECSC
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (77 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,777 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Also works great as a halloween mask.
jamieromance
Thanks to the Daddle me and my day spend every Wednesday night together and we ride each other for hours.
josh magno
I wish they would make a Daddle more like the forked horn Tuareg camel saddles of Northern Africa.
Quasimodo

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

1,916 of 1,952 people found the following review helpful By Wandrwoman TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 30, 2010
Please note that this Daddle is Western Style and will not be appropriate for those trained in the English Father Riding Method whereby one holds a rein in each hand and posts the trot. If you are looking forward to father jumping, father fox hunting, father polo or daddy dressage you will not be able to use this Daddle. Western Daddle riders hold the reins with one hand, and sit the trot. The pommel or horn on this Daddle is meant to hold a lariat which is useful when roping cattle or other competing or unruly fathers.
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670 of 688 people found the following review helpful By Uncle Boop on January 8, 2014
Bought an extra one for my wife. A set of spurs and a riding crop round out the evening nicely.
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293 of 314 people found the following review helpful By Wayfinder TOP 1000 REVIEWER on March 27, 2014
The daddle is a unique and interesting device. My kids loved it, we shot some videos and it took some stress off my back.

That is... until the fateful day my wife bought the boy some spurs. I should have known something wasn't right when I first heard that "jingle jangle jingle" as he came striding merrily along. But I wasn't fast enough; when he hopped on my back and kicked me in the sides, I about came unglued.

It wouldn't have been so bad if the spurs weren't the "long-star" pointy type.

Fortunately we have a 10 ft. ceiling in the living room, because the rotten kid's head came within four inches of it the first kick. He didn't have time for a second when unthinking, I stood straight up, forgetting the "child" attached to my back.

To his credit he managed to hang on. That was when I regretted allowing the children to put a belt around my neck to simulate a bridle. I nearly popped eye sockets when his fists clenched that belt and his full weight was applied to my trachea. That did have the effect of dropping me back down to the floor pretty quickly. This would have been the end of it, except for the fact that this offspring from Hades (apparently enjoying the experience) decided to spur me again, somewhat harder this time. It's a good thing I was wearing trousers or I'd have left little horsie patties all over the living room.

Have you ever tried to remove a child from your back when he's attached by saddle and stirrups? Suffice to say I now understand and fully sympathize with how a bucking bronco feels. Being somewhat more intelligent than a horse (although in retrospect I am thinking not that much smarter), I laid down and rolled, careful to try not to crush the boy.
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231 of 254 people found the following review helpful By Jenn on March 27, 2014
For years I have not known how to tame my unruly husband in summer months hanging out in the backyard. Drinking, cussing and rowdy untame behavior. Then I found daddle! Strapped that on his back and had the kids take turns riding him till he finally was broken! Thank you Daddle for taming what I thought couldn't be tame.
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170 of 186 people found the following review helpful By C. Castro on March 27, 2014
The mane reason I purchased the daddle was to try and restore my relationship with my father. He neighglected me as a child, so you could say that our relationship was less than stable. I figured with the Daddle that we would be trotting our way to a restored bond. Gallup polls indicated that this was a useful tool to bring two people together, so I was on board. My father and I had such a blast horsing around with each other! As each day passed, we become more and more anxious to strap on the daddle and have another adventure.

We were out playing in a field 3 months ago when tragedy struck. While riding my father, he sprained an ankle very badly. I knew at that moment that he wasn't going to be able to give me rides anymore, so with a long face I pulled out my .22 and put him out of his misery.

I truly appreciate those moments that we got to spend together. It was great while it lasted.
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1,463 of 1,645 people found the following review helpful By Patrick on December 10, 2011
At first I thought this product was wonderful, but oh how things change. Don't be deceived by the joyful picture, this is a hazardous product that should not be sold without severe warning. After a long day of being ridden by my children, I was grazing on some nearby greens when my daughter dropped a dish on the ground. It broke and the noise of it spooked me, causing me to rear back and kick my son in the head. Now he talks with a speech impediment and has a wonky eye. I haven't taken the Daddle off in 3 weeks because I can't face the reality of what I've done. My wife won't speak to me, I have badly infected rug burn on both of my knees, and I'm malnourished from eating nothing but carrots, although my eye sight has never been better. Damn you Daddle, you've ruined my life!!!!
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1,135 of 1,288 people found the following review helpful By Heather Parks on July 28, 2010
I loved the idea of this product at first, but after ordering, I began to have buyers' remorse. After a few weeks of trying to use the Daddle, I'm afraid that I have still not had success and I think it was a waste of money. No amount of duct tape would keep the cat attached to the saddle while it was on my husband's back. The instruction manual was no help. To top it off, our neighbors were very upset that the duct tape had left a residue on their cat's fur, but I couldn't figure out any other way to secure the cat to the actual Daddle.

I'm afraid I will not be able to recommend this product to others.
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754 of 862 people found the following review helpful By Eric E. Rinderer on July 27, 2010
My work is only about 3 miles from my house. It's too far to walk, but the mindless stop-and-go traffic between here and there eats almost an hour of driving and gallons of gas per week. Solution: the Daddy Saddle. My dog is a large Molosser who easily carries my 145lb frame. Just throw on the saddle and away we go. It kills two birds with one stone as it gives him his daily exercise, and it gets me to work without so much as breaking a sweat. He's happy as a clam to hang out in the shade garden outside the office and can drink freely from the koi pond. So a fish disappears every now and then. ;)
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