Too Many Ponies

Aimed at a younger readership than her previous novels, Too Many Ponies has a pony-mad heroine called Lucy.

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Too Many Ponies for Pippa

Pippa is helping out on a West Country pony farm, but then some visitors arrive with yet more ponies.

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Topper

Topper is the life story of a Welsh pony, from his promising beginnings through the usual descent and back to caring and comfort.

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Tough Going

Polly is still riding Moon Dancer, and the book opens with her losing a competition to Jessica Pemberton when Moon Dancer stumbles.

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Tower Block Pony

Maeve and her best friend Hannah are obsessed with ponies. Why? It isn’t as if they’re going to have one, thinks Dermot, Maeve’s brother, because they live in a tower block.

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Transitions

Annie meets Elizabeth and her horse, Rocket. They are no ordinary pony-mad girl and pony: Elizabeth is seriously ill, and thinks Annie is the best person to take on her horse.

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Trapped

The Hollywell team are collecting signatures for a petition against animal cruelty, and they hear a donkey braying.

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Treasure on the Moor

The children hunt for the Kenny treasure, which might be hidden in the estuary, or could equally well be on the moor.

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Treasure Trove

Not an enormous amount of pony content, but there is some. John, Caroline and Michael think they will have to spend another holiday in London, but they end up spending it in the country with their mother.

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Trekkers’ Trail

Another Mary Ann, Sandra and Jimmy story: they have been invited to the premiere of Matilda’s film, and plan to ride there.

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Triple Bar

Cobber belonged to Lida from the time he was born. His mother was a famous show jumper and Lida trained Cobber as a show jumper too.

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