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The Great Pony Mystery

Debbie rode Puck, Jonathan rode Kit-Kat, Lucy, Tiger and Locket rode in the gipsy caravan drawn by Ajax, who was a slow but steady walker. They were on holiday, exploring day by day, and at night making camp in a field or an orchard.

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Lutterworth, 1969
Lutterworth, 1975

Debbie rode Puck, Jonathan rode Kit-Kat, Lucy, Tiger and Locket rode in the gipsy caravan drawn by Ajax, who was a slow but steady walker. They were on holiday, exploring day by day, and at night making camp in a field or an orchard. Then on Saturday afternoon Ajax cast a shoe. The blacksmith would not be back until Monday, so the caravan and pony party settled down to wait. That Saturday night Jonathan and Mark, who were in a tent, heard the noise of hooves in the street; had one of the ponies got out?  They were both in the field. The next night Debbie and Lucy watched too. The street was full of moonlight, the hoof beats sounded and there was no pony to be seen.”

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