Yes, that’s correct. And, yes, this is very much a thing. The championship was held late last month in Finland, and about 200 participants — mostly young women — competed in various events such as show jumping and dressage, all while riding their hobbyhorses. And thankfully for all of us, there is video of the event.8 мая 2017 г.
Use a hobby knife or scissors to cut the flaps from the top and the bottom of the cardboard box. This will be the horse’s body. Draw a horse’s head and tail on the flaps of cardboard that you removed from the box. Cut the head and tail out and have the kids decorate both sides of the shapes.
Glue, historically, is indeed made from collagen taken from animal parts, particularly horse hooves and bones. In fact, the word “collagen” comes from the Greek kolla, glue. … According to the company, no horse or any other animal is (currently) harmed in the making of their product.
From “hobby horse” (see Etymology, below) came the expression “to ride one’s hobby-horse”, meaning “to follow a favourite pastime”, and in turn, the modern sense of the term hobby. … The artistic movement, Dada, is possibly named after a French child’s word for hobby-horse.
Types of hobby horse
A circular or oval frame is suspended around their waist, or chest, with a skirt draped over it hanging down to the ground. The frame has a carved wooden head, often with snapping jaws (operated by pulling a string) attached to it at one end, and a tail at the other.
Baron Karl von Drais de Sauerbrun