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  • n. a sport in which people ride across country on ponies


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  • The town had just started a new pony-trekking business.

    When a Billion Chinese Jump

  • Early the next morning, my older daughter wanted to go "pony-trekking" with her English cousin, who was also there with her family.

    Seeking Nature (But Running for the Hills)

  • Shelley had ridden before but it had been many years ago, on a pony-trekking holiday organised by one of her foster-parents.

    Passionate Relationship

  • A lot of the information — golf courses, stately homes and castles, old churches and cathedrals, areas of unspoilt natural beauty, facilities for fishing, pony-trekking, access to riding-stables, all that — is already printed in our booklets, but the information is several years out of date.

    Here Lies Gloria Mundy

  • The start of the commune’s pony-trekking business gave Yezong’s family an income for the first time in her life.

    When a Billion Chinese Jump


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