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Pony

In the United Kingdom, a slang term for 25 pounds.
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Try something new, such as hill-walking, pony-trekking, cycling, fishing - there is something for everyone at every level of fitness or ability.
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.
Nearby is the beautiful and wild area of Exmoor which offers superb walking, bird watching, cycling and pony-trekking. Close to Minehead is Exmoor's highest point Dunkery Beacon and not far away is the famous Doone Country, immortalised by R D Blackmore in Lorna Doone.
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.
One morning we went pony-trekking. For the inexperienced, there was instruction on the basics - how to hold the reins, a warning not to scare the horse by screaming, and lessons on how to stop the horse by saying "Whoa!"
You can hire mountain bikes, go pony-trekking, join a guided walkingtour, take a lake cruise or chug round the beautiful western lakes on England's oldest narrow-gauge railway, the Ravenglass and Eskdale.