Mona, the Welsh Pony

“In this new book [Seaby] turns to the mountain ponies of North Wales, and tells the enthralling story of Mona against the background of his native landscape, its people and their history.”

Publishing history
A & C Black, London, 1948, illus the author, 144 pp.

“In this new book [Seaby] turns to the mountain ponies of North Wales, and tells the enthralling story of Mona against the background of his native landscape, its people and their history.” Mona is born on the Welsh hills, and Evan Evans decides he will catch her. She soon fits into life on the farm, and her training begins. Be warned – this does involve riding a yearling. Evan Evans goes off to war, and Mona eventually goes to be a sands pony.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Allen Seaby