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Picture of SOFT ROCK & BOUNCE PONY The Soft Rock & Bounce Pony is a rocking horse designed for use by children with balance, neurological, or lower extremity disabilities. Designed for children nine months to three years of age, this rocking horse has a rubber bounce suspension, a removable and washable fabric body, and easy-grip handles. The horse's ears make a crinkle sound. This rocking horse is available with or without motion-activated songs and sound. DIMENSIONS: 27 x 20.125 x 22 inches. capacity: 42 POUNDS. WEIGHT: 9.65 pounds.

Notes: Radio Flyer is a registered trademark. ** Shipping and handling charges are not included in the purchase price listed.

Price: 89.99 to 79.99.

This product record was updated on November 13, 2012.

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Radio Flyer

6515 West Grand Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60707
United States
Telephone: 800-621-7613.

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Distributor(s):, Inc.

P.O. Box 81226
Seattle, Washington 98108-1226
United States

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