Schleich Rider Café


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Schleich Rider café, “The Cups & Saddles”, is a popular rider’s meeting place in Hazelwood. The four girls leave secret messages for each other here. Or enjoy a large piece of Carolin Kramer’s famous apple pie, which she regularly bakes for the café. Tom helps behind the counter at the weekend and makes yummy smoothies for the guests.

Features of the Schleich Rider café:

  • Dimensions: 31 x 16,5 x 23,5 cm (W x D x H)
  • Age Recommendation: 5-12 years
  • The Tom figure can sit, stand and grasp objects! The Emily figure can move her arms, grasp objects and ride a horse!
  • Removable waiter’s apron!
  • The Emily figure can move her arms, grasp objects and ride a horse!
  • Figurine, saddle and bridle detachable!
  • Paddocks have endless possibilities for extension and can be combined with a riding school and horse stalls!

Fun Fact

When Tom has time alongside his work in the café, he performs little tricks with his horse Pino.

Contents of the Schleich Rider café:

1 x café, 1 x Tom, 1 x Tom’s Pinto stallion, Pino, 1 x Emily, 1 x waiter’s apron, 1 x trellis with roses, 1 x menu board, 1 x advertising board, 1 x golden key, 1 x counter, 1 x cabinet, 1 x oven, 1 x shelf, 1 x coffee machine, 1 x till, 1 x ceiling lamp, 2 x bistro table, 4 x chair, 1 x sunshade, 4 x cup, 4 x plate, 4 x piece of blueberry pie, 4 x piece of apple pie, 4 x cupcake, 2 x cream topping, 3 x bottles of lemonade, 2 x glass with straw, 2 x rosettes, 2 x flower vase, 2 x bouquet of flowers, 1 x tether pole for horses, 1 x manger, 1 x trough, 1 x halter, 2 x apples, 1 x saddle, 1 x bridle and reins, 1 x feeding box, 1 x sticker, 1 x assembly instructions

Have a look at our extensive Schleich collection here.


Warning! Swallowable small parts. Choking hazard.


By making a purchase from our shop you are directly supporting the charity HAPPA (Horses and Ponies Protection Association). Our mission is ‘To strive to give a Second Chance to abused, neglected and unwanted equines through Rescue, Rehabilitation, Rehoming and Education’


Schleich Horse Club