The Golden Pony

Sherry, a golden filly, is born and spends her peaceful early days on a farm. Her adventures begin when she is sold as a promising show pony.

Publishing history
Lutterworth, Guildford, 1966, 126 pp.  Crown Ponies no. 8

The blurb:
“Sherry, a golden filly, is born and spends her peaceful early days on a farm. Her adventures begin when she is sold as a promising show pony. She passes through the hands of several owners, good riders such as Miss Linton and the Wests; weak, difficult riders such as Ann Hughes and Fenella Fox and one kind but inexperienced rider, Mary Bell. An accident ends Sherry’s career as a show pony; but it does not matter as she has already found a happy, lasting home with Robin West and his sister Jane – where a little later, another, even more perfect golden pony is born.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

Delphine Ratcliff