Bicycles: they're great, but they're not horses. But since it's probably too much trouble to actually acquire a horse—what with the feeding and grooming and keeping it in a stable, etc.—a new product called Trotify is the next best thing. Check it out:
Unlike the Bike Butterfly, which was conspicuously launched at the beginning of April, yes, Trotify is a real thing (it says so on the website), something like a grown-up version of sticking baseball cards in your spokes to make your sweet Huffy sound like a motorized cycle. The CNC-cut kit ships flat—coconut shell not included—and when assembled, it fits on your front brake mount and works with a simple flywheel mechanism.
Shoreditch-based creative studio Original Content London is skipping the steeplechase of the traditional crowdfunding platform and kindly asking for £25 per (plus P+P); they've projected that they'll need to sell a thousand of 'em to make ends meet.