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Adopt a pony - how to adopt a pony

By staff writers
6 Nov 2007
Adopt a pony or horse

You can buy the gift of pony adoption for yourself or someone else and find out more about pony adoption here

A lot of children will have dreamed of owning a pony or horse, in fact most people at some stage have wished that they owned a pony - but this gift will bring them one step closer to this dream, allowing you to adopt a pony or sponsor a pony.

In association with the Moorland Mousie Trust which is dedicated to preserving and protecting the endangered Exmoor ponies, you can now adopt a pony of your choice.

Once you have picked which Exmoor pony you would like to adopt or sponsor you register your gift following the simple gift registration details inside the gift box.

A personalised supporter certificate then follows in the post and you can visit and ride your pony.

Inside your pony adoption gift box you get a welcome letter, an explanation of your gift, registration instructions and a booklet about the Exmoor Ponies. You also get information about the Mooland Mousie Trust who organise the pony adoption, a presentation certificate and personalised pen.

The personalised certificate of pony adoption displays the persons name and their pony`s name along with a colour photograph of their pony who has been adopted/sponsored.

You can buy the gift of pony adoption for yourself or someone else and find out more about pony adoption here

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