No Place For Ponies

The Dare family have to leave their farm, and live at a guesthouse run by an elderly relation, Aunt Milly. A guest house, she says, is no place for ponies.

Publishing history
Dent, London, 1954, 216 pp, illus Maurice Tulloch
As  The Mystery Pony, Criterion, USA, 1957, cover W Lawrence Hoffman, illus Tulloch
Dent Pennant series, 1963, cover Terence Freeman, 216 pp.

The Dare family have to leave their farm, and live at a guesthouse run by an elderly relation, Aunt Milly. A guest house, she says, is no place for ponies. But Toni and Jane manage to persuade her to take Snipe and Lawrence. They find that living conditions for the ponies are not ideal, and settling down to life in a guest house is very difficult indeed.

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