The Ten Pound Pony

Jessica, Ann, Martin and their mother move out of London into the New Forest. They are determined to have a pony of their own, and in the end, through an enormous amount of hard work, they manage to save up the ten pounds to buy Gipsy.

Publishing history
Blackie, 1953, illus Peter Biegel
Blackie, London, 1967, cover Harry Green, 208 pp.

Jessica, Ann, Martin and their mother move out of London into the New Forest. They are determined to have a pony of their own, and in the end, through an enormous amount of hard work, they manage to save up the ten pounds to buy Gipsy. They teach themselves to ride her, but then involve themselves in a death-or-glory effort to save a nearby Colonel’s house from burglary; thereby revealing some very old family secrets.

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Veronica Westlake