Horse & Pony Books:
(COUNTRY LIFE 1936)
ILLUSTRATED BY FRANK HART
American edition published by Scribner in 1936
SUMARY: Pony point of view story of an Exmoor pony. When Teddy has to go to stay with relatives in India his Exmoor mare Lassie is sold and her fortunes fall.
PONYMAD RATING: 2 HORSESHOES
(COUNTRY LIFE 1938)
ILLUSTRATED BY ANNE BULLEN
American edition published by Scribner in 1939
SUMMARY: Set in Dorset. Anne is promised a pony by her horsy uncle. At the sales she spots a beautiful pony called Gipsy which she had fallen in love with years ago when the mare was a youngster and, unable to believe her luck, buys her. But although she has potential to be a very good horse, Gipsy has many faults, including rearing. Can Anne cure her and fulfil her ambition to ride in a point-to-point?
PONYMAD RATING: 2-3 HORSESHOES
These were reprinted a number of times and also both published in the USA. They are therefore fairly easy to find both in the UK and America, though copies with dust-jackets are a bit more elusive.