BY JACK HERBERT
THERE IS a spirit of romance that often manifests itself when dealing with horses. They are creatures like ourselves not machines, and, as such, display emotions, energy, and personality.
That may be why we all seem to have a special regard for our early horse drawn toys, whether or not we collect them. There’s a touch of humanity about them that’s lacking in most transportation toys, isn’t there? The valiant horse, it would appear, has only one real rival for our affections—but who could outrank the teddy bear?