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Pony

In the United Kingdom, a slang term for 25 pounds.
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If you've never stayed in a caravan before, Castle Sween is the perfect place to try it, as it is ideally sited for an amazing array of different activities, including birdwatching, clay pigeon shooting, boat cruises, cycling, fishing, golf, karting, pony-trekking and walking.
For the last four years, guests have also been able to enjoy fishing, shooting and pony-trekking on the 50,000- acre estate in Aberdeenshire.
Ever the optimist, Trevor still keeps sheep, and now has a profitable side-line in a pony-trekking business for summer tourists.
AGILL SAYS: Kids'activity specialists PGL Travel organise pony-trekking holidays from centres in Shropshire and the Isle of Wight.
Activities included pony-trekking, orienteering, circus skills, treasure hunts and drama.
She sold the beef herd two weeks before the BSE crisis broke and started a pony-trekking business even though she didn't ride herself.
And this year, more children from Birmingham, all part of the Summer Connect Scheme, are destined to enjoy a range of activities, including quad-biking, archery, pony-trekking, climbing and team-building between July and August.