Fly-by-Night

Ruth is desperate to have a pony. She manages to buy the unbroken New Forest, Fly-by-Night, but has a huge struggle to keep him on her very limited income, and if possible even more of a struggle to learn to ride him.

Publishing history
Oxford University Press, 1968, 151 pp, illus by the author
World Publishing, New York, 1969
OUP, 1971
OUP, pb, 1979
Scholastic edition, USA, date uncertain
Sparrow, pb, 1981
In Three in one Pony Stories, 1999, Red Fox
Fidra Books, pb, 2007

Ruth is desperate to have a pony.  She manages to buy the unbroken New Forest, Fly-by-Night, but has a huge struggle to keep him on her very limited income, and if possible even more of a struggle to learn to ride him.

The Maybridge Series
Fly-by-Night
The Team
Pennington’s Seventeenth Summer
The Beethoven Medal
Prove Yourself a Hero
A Midsummer Night’s Death
The Last Ditch (Free Rein)
Marion’s Angel

Other editions

 

K M Peyton