No, neither would we! But there are some clever entrepreneurs out there making six figures from rocking horses.
Rocking horses have been a feature of children’s bedrooms and nurseries since way back in 17th century and they continue to hold an enduring appeal today.
We happen to have one rocking horse in stock dating back to the 1960s and priced at a very reasonable £90. This would certainly be less than the cost of buying your children a horse and a lot less than some antique rocking horses are selling for today.
People often say that the least expensive thing about owning a horse is buying the horse. Yet there is a company who have turned this theory upside down.
One example is a Rocking Horse by Fernandes Exquisite Creations infused with Swarovski Crystals which is currently on sale for £98,000. If this one is a little out of your reach, then a company called Stevenson Brothers sell fully restored rocking horses for between £2,000 and £3,200.
Of course you don’t need to spend anywhere near close to this much on the wonderful example we have at Beeston Reclamation. It doesn’t even need to be fed.