A Large Size Laminated 'Rocky' Rocking Horse Plan 140

Product Information

'Rocky' Our latest large laminated rocking horse. Approx. Finished Size 60" Long x 49" High x 20" wide (1524 x 1245 x 508mm)

As with the medium Rocky, the Large employs location dowels to simplify assembly and lightening holes to reduce weight & carving can be readily accomplished with hand held power tools and a few gouges.

This splendid Large size rocking horse is a fascinating project & surprisingly straightforward to make. 


Actual size drawings (no scaling necessary)

Step by step instructions

Cutting lists

Colour Pictures

a FREE VOUCHER worth £5.00May be used against any future order for accessories worth £50 or more.

All the information you need to make this beautiful & striking looking rocking horse. The horse is intended for riders from 3 to  90 years!.

Use our specially prepared timber packs, or cut out your own parts using the patterns in this plan.  All parts of the horse plus hoof rails can be sawn from two (1220 x 2440) sheets of 18mm plywood.

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One down at least 2 to go!

2 Reviews | 5 out of 5 stars

By Martin Savage | 6th Dec 2020

I have just finished my first Large Rocky and what a fantastic project it's been. The plans are excellent and the carving much more straightforward than I imagined. The accessories are fantastic quality and the finished horse looks amazing. Foolishly I have promised to make a horse for each of my Grandchildren's families and have just taken delivery of 4 sheets of birch ply for the next 2 horses!

Amazing, well worth the money

2 Reviews | 5 out of 5 stars

By Brian barnes | 30th Nov 2020

I just finished gluing up my rocky Blown away about how easy the plans are to follow. I'm Yong satisfied with my purchase. I haven't begun the carving process yet but if it is anyway as enjoyable as the building process I am very much looking forward to it


" ... thank you very much for your help & excellent service. Our horse now looks very fine & has been much admired by visiting friends." Pat Herbert