Horse games for girls are easy to find. It is obviously a much sought after commodity.
I searched on Amazon and quickly found that they offer a wide variety of horse games for girls of all ages. I am not sure what you’re looking for.
Whether it’s electronics, dolls or a board game, let me share some ideas, experiences and thoughts that I have.
When I was a kid I had Johnny West and Thunderbolt.
My cousin Tilly and I would play for hours in the back yard.
I was the youngest of six, properly spoiled and pretty much always got what I wanted.
Of course that was back in 1965 and things have changed a little bit since then.
Now the action figures you will find include Breyer Classics Chelsea Show Jumper and Breyer Let’s Go Riding Western, among others.
If board games are what you were looking for, then please check out Fantasy Stables: Regular Edition Board Game.
I enjoyed the fact that they had a lot of customer reviews. After reading them I noticed that bad reviews were quickly responded to by the manufacturer’s representative.
Below in orange I’ve included the companies comments on what age is appropriate to play this game.
We usually recommend the game for ages 13+. We’ve definitely sold the game to younger kids on occasion (and heard later that they absolutely love it) but it’s usually a super horsey kid that rides/shows or plays a lot of other adult board games. We have a Junior Edition of the game that’s perfect for younger kids and pre-teens and is also fun for parents/older siblings to play with them as well. Usually if people are on the fence about which version is the right choice (Junior vs Regular) we always recommend the Junior.
I hope that I have helped you along your way. Remember that electronic and board games are usually played indoors. These are often great horse games for families.
They also make a good rainy day or night time endeavor, alone or with friends. They never seem to tire of horse games for girls.