Fisher-Price Brilliant Basics Roll-Along Musical Pony
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- My Musical pony is baby's first pony ride-on
- Comfortable seat and easy grip handles steady baby's ride
- Softgoods mane and tail add to the fun
- Baby is rewarded with music and sound effects as she rides along or when she pushes the pony's cheek
- Features five tunes and two sound effects and the basket in front can hold my first doll
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I have always been pleased with Fisher Price preschool toys. They are sturdy, colorful and fun.
*Adorable-it is pink & very girly-mane & tail are a soft fleece
*Music-plays music when it moves or if you push the cheek-not annoying music
*Curved Seat-when they push back they'll stay on the seat as opposed to their butt coming off the back of the seat
*Sturdy-this doesn't tip easily when trying to get on/off-my girls enjoy pushing it by the head or saddle like a walker
*Poor Design-Zoey is tall enough for her feet to touch the floor but if she goes back this will roll over her toes, she can't get it to go forward unless she stands up and then this is more like a 'broom-stick pony' rather than a riding/rolling pony. Madison can barely touch the floor-it is too tall for her.
*Crappy Wheels-the wheels are a cheap plastic and hard to roll. Even if my husband and I are pushing my girls it just doesn't roll easily at all. It is cheap plastic on cheap plastic and makes that cheap plastic scraping noise when it rolls
If either of my girls were able to sit on this and make it go forward I would give it a good review but as it is, it just gets an OK. I don't hate it but I wouldn't recommend it either, it needs to be re-designed.
I think this might work for a baby who is either taller & can get their feet outside the wheels to push themselves or maybe for an older baby, like 2 or older.Read more ›
The pony plays music, but it has an off button, a low volume button, and a high button.
It's very cute and extremely well made. Very simple to put together as well... took less than 5 minutes to do. It is a little low to the ground, but my 2 yr. old daughter doesn't seem to mind at all...she just scoots herself around everywhere... :) Emily recommends it! :)
I give it 4 stars only because its made out of a big hunk of plastic, there is no personalized effects, and its mass production. It is not by any flaw of the toy. Its held up incredibly well for all the banging its received. And lastly, they love putting things in the front basket. A nice addition to the toy. They love it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Present for Granddaughter. She loved it, filled the bucket with treasures. First pulled it around, then started riding it when she figured it out.Published on December 24, 2013 by Jean
My granddaughtered loved this it was good quality like you would expect from fisher price took a lot of abuse and never broke lolPublished on March 3, 2013 by N Ali
My 1 1/2 yr old loves to ride this toy. I, however, get nervous when she is on it. It seems as if every other time it is ridden she is hollering "stuck" from somewhere in the house... Read morePublished on September 18, 2012 by BQuick
I purchased this toy for my daughter's first birthday. I'm not thrilled with it. By the time she could ride it on her own, around 16 months, she was too big for it, and she's an... Read morePublished on March 24, 2011 by Sally A. Miller
Got this for my granddaughter who just turned one. She loves it. She loves putting stuff in the bucket and just has so much fun rolling along in it. Read morePublished on April 8, 2010 by Deborah G
THIS TOY WAS A HIT UNDER THE CHRISTMAS TREE. OUR LIITLE ONE LOVES IT. SHE IS JUST AT THE AGE WHERE SHE STANDS BUT NOT WALKING YET SO THIS LITLE PONY HELPS HER AS AN EXERCISE TOY... Read morePublished on December 28, 2009 by Thomas Zeffiro
Due to poor design, specifically the ill conceived placement of the wheels, my 16 month old continually runs over her toes trying to ride this pony. Read morePublished on August 26, 2009 by Jordan
We did not at all like this product, the handles do not connect to the horse, so when your toddler is starting to walk and holding on to them they fall out and the baby falls with... Read morePublished on July 10, 2009 by Book Scout