Add this haflinger mare to your Schleich collection. Schleich models are all hand painted to be very detailed and look realistic.
Haflingers are popular horses for sport and leisure. They were originally destined for both agricultural and wood-land works, particularly in mountainous areas.
Item size in inches (L x W x H): 5.51 x 1.18 x 3.15Learn More
Hanoverian horses are the best-known warmbloods (partbred Arabians or Thoroughbreds).
Since 1735 in Germany, Hanoverian horses have been successfully bred and developed to the highest standards. King George II of England started breeding horses for work in agriculture and with carriages. As Hanoverians came into their element, other traits were desired. After World War II, sport horses were in vogue. At each bend in the path, records have been kept and incentives given to continue breeding the best. Bred to be trained, this breed is a showstopper with its athleticism and strength.
- Dimensions: 5.2" L x 1.5" W x 4" H
The elephant's trunk is a unique and very sensitive organ. It is used to smell, touch and grip.
African Elephants are the largest members of the elephant family and thus the largest land animals. They have four toes on their front feet and five on their hind feet. African Elephants live in large herds which are divided into smaller families. The eldest and largest female is the matriarch and leads the others on the endless quest for food and water. Elephants spend up to sixteen hours a day searching for grass, branches, fruit and creeping plants. Elephants have a rugged but flexible hide, a long trunk and two ivory tusks. They use their amazingly moveable trunk to communicate with one another through touch and smell. Elephant calves are suckled for up to five years. Elephant cows stay with their mother until they are ready to bear young themselves and start their own family. Calves stay with their mother for up to twelve years until they leave to join a "bachelor herd."
- Dimensions: 4.3" L x 7.5" W x 4.1" H
Clydesdales can weigh over one ton.
From its namesake in Scotland, the Clydesdale is a breed of draft horses, able to pull loads and often seen today in parades. Used in pulling timber from forests, these horses are currently familiar as mascots of beverage companies. Known for being well-built, Clydesdales generally stand sixteen or seventeen hands high but have been measured at twenty. At birth, foals weigh around two hundred pounds, gaining almost five pounds per day in its first months! To ensure nutrition and health, a mother mare will produce almost sixty pounds of milk per day for her foal. Although sizable, this breed possesses marked grace and docility.Learn More
Appaloosa is a horse breed that springs from the Spanish horse that was imported to North America in the 18th century. Almost every Appaloosa has a square physique which is typical for Western horses.
his also includes a small head with big, awake eyes and a straight nose line. They have a strong back and are muscular altogether. That is why they are fast and agile. In particular their striking fur speckles are characteristic for this breed.
2 x 4.2 x 4.2 inchesLearn More
The Tennessee Walker is a wonderful riding horse thanks to its smooth gait and even temperament.
It's hardly surprising that the Tennessee Walker represents the U.S. State of Tennessee; and as the name indicates, this horse is known for a particular type of gait, an accelerated form of the walk. This breed was developed in the Southern USA for plantation owners and its special way of walking is comfortable for every rider. Tennessee Walkers are known for their pleasant character and rideability. These horses reach a height of 1.50 to 1.70 meters and weigh around 450 kg.
- Dimensions: 2" L x 5.3" W x 4.3" H