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Joan Dickins

Jill and Prince the Pony

Blackie, 1949, illus Stanley Lloyd

Reprinted 1957 and 1967, cover Harry Green, 192 pp.



Jill isn’t an expert, but goes to stay with a family full of them on Dartmoor. She feels
rather out of it. Only Peter shows sympathy. However, Jill gets herself together and
manages to form a partnership with the wiid arab colt Prince. Prince though was to
have been Pat’s horse, so that causes complications. All ends happily, however,
with brilliant success at the horse show and a horse of their own.


Jill and Prince Triumph Again

Blackie, 1962, illus Wendy Marchant



“Jill’s friends have come to stay with her at the Crewe’s newly converted farmhouse on Dartmoor.
They plan to enter for an important Horse Show, but are sad when they find Peter refusing to enter.
When they find out the reason - lack of money - they decide to do something about it.”

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