Rocking Horse

Did you have a Rocking Horse growing up? Do you remember the joy and fun you had riding on it? Hallmark Keepsake Ornaments has a series, Rocking Horse, that is sure to bring back wonderful memories of your childhood. The Rocking Horse series started back in 1981 with Rocking Horse #1. This is a very rare Hallmark Ornament to find these days. The series continued for many years and ended in 2013 with the commemorative ornament, Forty Years of Memories, Rocking Horse.

Rocking Horse #14….

I’ll take you where you want to go. I’ll gallop, trot and prance. Through lands you’ve only dreamed about, If given half a chance. In fact, I know that you’ll decide you have never had a better ride! Rocking Horse #14 is a beautiful dark brown horse with a fluffy brown tail. It joined the Rocking Horse Hallmark Keepsake Ornament collection in 1994.


Pewter Rocking Horse….

This 1995 Hallmark Keepsake Ornament celebrates the fifteenth year of the popular Rocking Horse Hallmark Ornament series. The rocking horse is made of pewter and is dated “1995” on the rocker.


Rocking Horse #6….

I remember that year when I ran to the tree, And there was my rocking horse waiting for me! And since then we’ve gone to some wonderful places. Rocking away to the wide, open spaces!


Rocking Horse #10….

This stunning Rocking Horse is the feature Hallmark Ornament in this blog. In 1990 a brown and white dappled horse sitting on a red and green rocker joined the Rocking Horse series as Rocking Horse #10.



As Christmas is getting closer do you have you to do list all caught up? Is there any last gifts you need to buy? If there are any gifts left to buy, consider buying a Hallmark Keepsake Ornament! You can shop The Ornament Factory for all your gift giving needs.

Hope you all are staying warm!

Elliott the Head Elf



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