Hamlyn, pb, 1968, 124 pp.
“Susan had felt as if the pony was hers ever since his birth. She had even given him his name – Silver Blaze. And Betsy, who taught Susan to handle horses, loved the pony, too. They were miserable when Silver was to be sold – for the third time! To help Betsy buy Silver, the youth club puts on a hilarious pantomine … and then the money is stolen. Betsy and Susan nearly give up hope of seeing their favourite pony again … but a surprising event leads to their happy reunion.”