Barrel Racing with Cowgirl
The barrels for “barrel racing” are always arranged in a triangle. It is also known as a cloverleaf pattern, because it resembles the shape of a clover. Competitors gallop up to the barrels and ride round them as fast as possible. The horses need to be very agile in order to be able to manage the tight turns while going very fast. If a competitor knocks over one of the barrels, they lose the race. The event was primarily invented for cowgirls, and to this day it is almost exclusively women who enter.
Designed to be as realistic and naturalistic as possible, the detailed and carefully molded Schleich figures encourage creative and imaginative play.
- Part of the Horse Club by Schleich collection
- Figurine, saddle and bridle detachable!
- Made from plastic
- Approx size horse 14 x 3 x 11 cm
- Schleich 41417
Includes 1 x Trakehner stallion, 1 x cowgirl, 1 x Western saddle with breastcollar, 1 x bridle, 2 x barrel
Schleich products are approximately 1:24 scale although some items are larger to prevent children swallowing them.