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Myrtle Ellen Green

The Part-Exchange Pony

Lutterworth, Guildford, 1975


Stephen, the child of unhorsy parents who now run a g arage on the site of his grandfather’s livery stables,
thinks the best way to get a pony is to get one in part-exchange, so the next time they sell a car, he
suggests they take a pony in part exchange, rather than a car.  His parents agree, not without misgivings,
and so Stephen gets Gypsy.  There is a mystery about Gypsy though, and Stephen finds himself forced
to face it.

A Pony, Doctor’s Orders

Lutterworth, Guildford, 1973


Mick falls in love with the new pony at the stables, Blue Dominion.  Mick has always wanted to learn to
ride, and now has the chance, even though he has a lame leg.  The riding stables is threatened with
closure, and Mick and his friends at the stables fight to save it.

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