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I did this for my granddaughter
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In the back I made a slot for a seatbelt
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This is a beautiful example of a wood toy toddler's rocking horse. The seat belt is a fine idea. We are looking forward to seeing some photos of the granddaughter in the rocker!
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Training to be a jockey great work.[thumb][thumb]
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I love it and I'm sure your grand will as well.
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We had one very similar to this when I was about eight.  A very long time ago.
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Great job Highlander. 
I am sure your Granddaughter if going to have many happy hours playing on this.

Thanks for sharing the photos

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I agree with everyone else...fantastic job!
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