Lego Friends Heartlake Riding Club

(Code: LEG-41126) from Lego
$ 49.99
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Train and care for horses at the LEGO® Friends Heartlake Riding Club with rotating exerciser and adjustable-height jump. There's a stable for each horse, a changing room, cafeteria, loft bedroom and a range of riding and horse-care accessory elements. Includes Mia and Stephanie mini-doll figures, plus 2 horses and a mouse.

  • Build a 2-story riding club stables and yard with fun horse training equipment and activities
  • Includes Stephanie and Mia mini-doll figures, plus two horses and a mouse
  • Stables are over 6” high, 12” wide and 5” deep
  • LEGO Friends building toys are compatible with all LEGO construction sets for creative building
  • Contains 575 pieces!

Ages: 6-12 years

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The name 'LEGO' is an abbreviation of the two Danish words "leg godt," meaning "play well". It’s our name and it’s our ideal.
The LEGO Group was founded in 1932 by Ole Kirk Kristiansen. The Company has passed from father to son and is now owned by Kjeld Kirk Kristiansen, a grandchild of the founder.
It has come a long way over the past almost 80 years - from a small carpenter’s workshop to a modern, global enterprise that is now, in terms of sales, the world’s fourth-largest manufacturer of toys.

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The name 'LEGO' is an abbreviation of the two Danish words "leg godt," meaning "play well". It’s our name and it’s our ideal.
The LEGO Group was founded in 1932 by Ole Kirk Kristiansen. The Company has passed from father to son and is now owned by Kjeld Kirk Kristiansen, a grandchild of the founder.
It has come a long way over the past almost 80 years - from a small carpenter’s workshop to a modern, global enterprise that is now, in terms of sales, the world’s fourth-largest manufacturer of toys.