Tessa and Some Ponies

‘Tessa Compton loved horses and longed to own one worth showing. But she had only her humble pony, Dusty.”

Publishing history
Nelson, London,1953, illus Leslie Atkinson. 248 pp.
Reprinted 1959, Nelson Juniors series, pb, 248pp.

The blurb:
‘Tessa Compton loved horses and longed to own one worth showing. But she had only her humble pony, Dusty. Her father – Colonel Compton – could not afford to buy another, but he showed Tessa how to groom, train and ride Dusty so that he could be entered for local shows ‘without disgracing the family’. During Dusty’s training Tessa had opportunities of riding some really fine ponies, and one day her most cherished dream came true.’

The Tessa series
Tessa and Some Ponies
Tessa in South Africa
Tessa to the Rescue
Tessa and the Rannoch Dude Ranch

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