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Pony

In the United Kingdom, a slang term for 25 pounds.
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On 3rd and 4th, Tosetti would give the ball to Adam Lyons up the middle for a gain of 17 yards for a Nokomis first down on the Ponies 15-yard line.
Angela Pitts, spokeswoman for the charity, said: "The hill ponies are great animals, very warm and affectionate, and make great pets.
"But the ponies give me so much joy and when I go to visit them, they make me forget about my disabilities.
However, the Council of the Welsh Pony and Cob Society are mindful of the large number of ponies being bred in the current economic climate and are urging members to act responsibly and be selective in their breeding policies.
Kids will have fun poking through each picture for the amusing background details--from a battling warrior eating hot dogs or riding an angry llama, down to the endpapers adorned with dozens of sweatered ponies.
Author Lois Poster, who has been around horses from an early age, shares practical safety tips for being around ponies and horses, as well as narrating all that is involved with their care.
It will examine how the pit ponies lives were entwined with that of coal mining for many centuries.
The story has everything: a poor heroine with wealthy friends, cruel owners with wicked friends, a kind old grandfather, beautiful ponies of all shapes and sizes and a dash of romance.
They established the wild ponies grazing the Carneddau Mountains are a genetically unique population, which should be conserved to safeguard their existence.