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Pony

In the United Kingdom, a slang term for 25 pounds.
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Proceeds from the TXU Energy Turkey Trot benefit Sheltering Arms Senior Services and its mission to promote the dignity and independence of older adults through service, advocacy and support for caregivers.
The children prepare for the Turkey Trot in gym classes, during which they run two laps, which is half-a-mile.
The Silicon Valley Turkey Trot, founded and produced by the Silicon Valley Leadership Group, is in its fifth year.
Latino failed to submit any of the required filings requested of him after inquiries made last year into the Turkey Trot fundraiser.
Since 1977, thousands of people have considered the Turkey Trot a part of their annual Thanksgiving tradition.
Mrs Loudaros, founder of Trot on Club, said, "Trot on Club considers the BHS Equitation Competition a fabulous initiative, inspiring children to achieve good riding foundations and a firm understanding of equine care and welfare, together with a personal confidence in their own ability.
This is the first year that The YMCA of Metropolitan Dallas has used KIMBIA's online tools to conduct registrations for the "Y Trot.
He added: "As previously stated, he was not quite comfortable at the trot on Monday evening so we decided to go the careful route and leave him swimming for a week and walking only.
Joining him will be Welsh comedy favourite Andy Jones as Muddles and Capital Gold's Tony Wright as his mother, Dame Trot.
The star rode up on a bike for his first day of work on The Assasination of Jesse James looking hot to trot.
CASTAIC - ``Forward, trot, ho,'' a California Rangers commander barks to a group of young riders.
The third annual Applied Materials Silicon Valley Turkey Trot takes place in downtown San Jose on Thanksgiving Day with some 4000 people expected to run or walk in a community event that benefits three local charities.