Saddle bronc riding with cowboy
In “saddle bronc riding”, a wild horse (also known as a “bronc”) is saddled. Once the cowboy or cowgirl has mounted and given a sign, the chute to the arena is opened. The horse charges out, bucking wildly, and the rider can only hold on to a rein on the saddle with a single hand. If they touch the horse with their other hand, they lose points. Like in bull riding, the cowboy or cowgirl needs to stay on for at least eight seconds. But it’s not just about the time: the rider gets additional points if the horse bucks very strongly. All of the Schleich figurines are meticulously hand-painted and equipped with the Schleich tag bearing the red S, symbol for highest quality and compliancy with all relevant safety regulations. Hosrse approximately 11 cm tall.