Pony


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Pony

In the United Kingdom, a slang term for 25 pounds.
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And then the lion came into view behind the girl's pony.
He explained that his pony had bolted and that he had had hard work stopping him at all.
To force their way into the torrent of people, my brother plunged into the traffic and held back a cab horse, while she drove the pony across its head.
Hareton, recovering from his disgust at being taken for a servant, seemed moved by her distress; and, having fetched the pony round to the door, he took, to propitiate her, a fine crooked-legged terrier whelp from the kennel, and putting it into her hand, bid her whist
IThe My Little Pony Friendship Tour bus is rolling into the town ahead of the upcoming release of My Little Pony: The Movie.
We're a charity and while people can pay to have therapy pony visits, we will be doing this for free.
Certainly, the underground stables were kept immaculately clean with each pony in a separate stall, bedded down with peat moss, and able to feed from a manger kept well stocked with a mixture of chopped oats, mixed vegetables and straw.
The Welsh Section A pony is the registered breed which is geographically nearest and similar in appearance to the Carneddau pony.
Vohra's Principal Secretary Navin Kumar Choudhary said the horse and pony owners had been registered and an insurance cover is provided so that they can be compensated in an event of the death of their animals during the Amarnath Yatra.
As a part of the joint service being offered, Pony Express will be seeking commitments to support the conversion of a portion of the Pony Express pipeline from natural gas to crude oil service and the construction of a 260-mile Pony Express extension to Cushing.