Odenwälder Gäulsches are delivered all over the world; they can be found in the Toy Museum in Singapore and at Japan’s Emperor Akihito Palace.

In Beerfurth, Germany a small wooden toy workshop hand makes traditional little horses – the Odenwälder Gäulsches. The workshop founded by Annette Kramer’s great-grandfather is the last of its kind in the region.

The design of the horses dates back to 1899, and has been passed down from one generation to the next.