Want to round up those toy horses and ponies scattered around the playroom and put them into a proper stable? Whether your kids own one of the coveted, gihugic horses or something a bit smaller, we’ve rustled up a few options for all kinds of ponies. Including one you crafty parents can make yourself. It can be tough finding nice play stables, but we feel great about all 7 of these options.
Breyer I coveted a couple of my BFF’s horses from her huge Breyer collection several decades ago, and little collectors today will love this wooden stable for two specia toyl horses approximately 9″ tall and 12″ long. With swinging doors and an open roof, this stable makes a nice place to store horses in plain sight too. ($49.99, assembly required)
Toy horseys are obtainable from for 150 each, and come in four different colours: white, black, grey, and brown. Members can also buy toy horseys from the merchant, near . can also make one from a on any in their . They need a level 10 or higher, and gain 15 points in doing so.
by Steamside Farm
Spendy, but still less than a real pony, this huge—and gorgeous— from Steamside Farm would make an amazingly special gift. I love that the cork pine wood used is reclaimed from historic barns, and there are lots of cool details for toy horses and places to stash their gear. Feeling kinda splurgey? Steamside Farm can even create a custom barn based on your own plans (uh huh) and use wood that you supply, if you have some that is truly special to you. Wow factor, for an amazing heirloom. ($275 for either the Gambrel or Monitor style)