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FurReal Friends Butterscotch Pony

by Hasbro
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  • Butterscotch Pony fulfills every little girl's dream of owning a pony
  • Interacts in incredibly realistic ways: Moves head, blinks, swishes tail, and responds when spoken to and touched
  • Over three feet tall; can support a rider weighing up to 80 pounds
  • Loves to be fed and groomed; comes with her own carrot and brush
  • Recommended for ages 4 through 10
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 21 x 29.1 x 31.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 29.4 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000F2JZKO
  • Item model number: 76471
  • Our recommended age: 4 - 10 years
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 4 - 8 years
  • Batteries 6 D batteries required.
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #347,154 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (152 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Safety Information
Adult assembly required. Adult supervision required. Assemble, completely, before giving to a child.

Product Description

Product Description

Butterscotch Pony is a life-sized plush pony that loves to be groomed and cared for.

From the Manufacturer

Every girl dreams of having her very own pony! With realistic animation, movement and sounds, this incredibly lifelike pony is a very special, once-in-a-lifetime friend. This adorable pony stands over three feet tall, and really "comes alive" as she moves and responds to your loving care! Touch or talk to your pony and her head moves! As you continue to interact with her, watch her ears wiggle and her eyes blink! Be sure to take extra-special care of your pony. "Feed" her the carrot and groom her with her brush. Watch her swish her tail back and forth! She even whinnies and snorts, and will sniff your hand! Sit on your pony for a pretend ride and she makes walking sounds! Bring home BUTTERSCOTCH pony and make your little girl’s dreams come true! Pony comes with carrot, brush, halter and special adoption certificate. Pony’s maximum weight limit is 80 lbs./36kg.

Customer Reviews

This is a very impressive toy.
L. Smith
It moves it's tail, makes a walking sound, and turns it's head when it hears her voice.
granny
Now its almost a year later, and she still loves her.
Brigette P.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

111 of 118 people found the following review helpful By Kimberly Demetrulias on November 8, 2006
We bought this for the upcoming christmas for my daughter who is five, we put it together today and tested it out. All sensors function properly and it definatly sounds like a real horse. You can here some of the motor movement, but the cute factor overpowers it. She even makes carrot crunching noises when you feed her, she responds to your voice as well. The assembly was a little tricky, however the instructions were nice and clear. The one problem I am having is once you zip the zipper and click it into place, getting it undone has become a problem (still currently working on it). So if you are buying, just make sure everything is nice and tight (you'll understand why when you read the instructions) before you zip the head to the body. It requires 6D batteries and I must say the on off switch is epecially nice and easy to get to as is the battery case. Overall I think it is worth the money, I know my daughter is going to love it. This is also predicted to be a hot toy of the season so if you can buy it the sooner the better. Happy Holidays.
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53 of 56 people found the following review helpful By Fund Raiser on November 18, 2006
Although motor and gear noises can be heard from time to time, this is a very lifelike toy. Assembly took under 10 minutes; I like the package warning not to let children see this toy unassembled, ie. headless. Our pony was purchased for a school auction/fund raiser. Both adults and children have been charmed and somewhat taken aback by the advanced robotics. Children up to 80 lbs. can "ride" this toy. Although it seems marketed toward girls, any animal/horse loving child will want this toy. I'm going to be sad seeing it go to a new owner.
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36 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Arthem on December 29, 2006
I was a little concerned about buying this for my daughter, since she has been around real horses recently and spent time at a pony camp last summer. I thought she might not be impressed by a motorized pony. I was completely wrong - she absolutely loves this toy and has played with it non-stop since Christmas morning. I realize now that I should have given her this pony rather than let Santa deliver it; all I heard Christmas day was how great Santa is.

My only complaint is that while the cloth around the neck zips to to the body of the pony in a secure manner, the fabric is very loose right around the pony's neck, and you can easily feel the structural support for the pony's head. I can understand that this was done to minimize resistance on the motor and make the head more mobile, but unfortunately little girls like to hug ponies right around the neck, and I would think that this spoils the illusion a bit. It doesn't seem to bother my daughter, though.

I compare the value of this toy to the Barbie motorized Jeep my daughter got for her 6th birthday. They cost about the same, but in the few days since Christmas, the pony has already been played with more than the Jeep has been in two years My one fear is that the pony will not prove to be durable, but so far I have no indication that it is anything other than a great toy.
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33 of 36 people found the following review helpful By J. Downing on December 3, 2006
"You may wish to not open the box around your children if they may be frightened by a box with a decapitated horse inside."

Isn't that all you need to know? I wish more products carried this disclaimer. I haven't laughed that hard in a long time.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By M. Abrahamian on February 22, 2007
My 6 yo is a horse fanatic and can not get enough of Butterscotch. Pricey, yes, which made us think twice about purchasing this. But we have no regrets. It whinnys and moves to sounds and touch. It "eats" when you put the included carrot (or anything) in it's mouth. It moves it's head up and down and clip clops when you ride it. It has an "sleep" mode when not in use. It truly feels real sometimes. Butterscotch is a very popular toy in our house.
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25 of 28 people found the following review helpful By M. Chapman on December 27, 2006
I wasn't going to write a review for this because others have said most of what I would say, but then I read a comment attached to another persons review and it made me want to say a few things. My 4 year old son recieved this pony for Christmas from my mother (his grandmother). He saw it in a Hasbro catalogue and then later in the store and really wanted it. He REALLY likes horses and has no fear of them at all. We have been taking him to the local stable so he can feed them and pet them but they said he has to be atleast 7 before he can take lessons (because of insurance). We decided this pony would be a great way to keep his interest going until he can ride them for real. Yes, it is expensive, I will be the first to say that, but something can be expensive and still be worth it. This was worth it for our son. We thought for a second and realized that two sessions of riding lessons when our son gets old enough will probably cover the cost of this pony. When put into perspective the cost wasn't really an issue for us. My mom purchased it but my husband and I would have if she hadn't beat us to it. Plus, to make this pony as lifelike as it is, it had to take a lot of engineering and design, which means more money. The thing is amazing. I find myself sitting there petting it without really realizing what I am doing. You really feel like it is a real pony. It swings it's head around to you when you call it or walk up to it. It shakes it's head just like a real horse and flicks it's tail and ears.

To address some of the negatives I have read so far. Yes, you do hear a motor noise, but it has never taken away from the experience of the toy. My son hasn't even asked why it makes that noise and he knows that pony's don't sound like that.
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