My grand daughter loved the cartoon story and the characters so this was a welcome present but she was disappointed that despite the description claiming that the doll was articulated to be able to ride Angus, even standing still it was difficult to make her stay on his back without being held. The moment the horse was moved she fell off and it was almost impossible to even hold her on while the horse was moved. A small adjustment to the saddle to provide grips for her legs would have made this a much more 'playable' toy. In fact it was quite difficult to make the doll sit effectively and she definitely cannot stand alone. Nor can you buy the extras, like the bow and arrow and different clothes without buying a whole new doll. It is not cheap and I felt Disney, as so often, rely on the name to sell a less than satisfying toy, while other manufacturers think through the play value more effectively and often at a lower cost.