Toys of the Eighties, My Petite Pony
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Small plastic minature ponies with either no hair, straight or curly hair for tails, there are also see through, pearly, glitter, glow in the dark versions. The base of the ponies had a horseshoe shape to the bottom that you would use to pop open/unlock doors, start the carosel, etc.

They sold ponies in packs of 4-10 and also had small houses, a light up castle with an elevator, a musical yellow/pink carosel, beauty/ice cream shops which all had bases that you could arrange fences that would only fit on the straight sides properly. They also had ticket booths, kettle & teacup train, beds, swings, mirrors signs and other items that the ponies could interact with.

Theme song: "My petite ponies are the littlist ponies, They're this little, But i love them this big!"

An excellent pony reference guide

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  • Ghost Of The Doll - (report)
    Ghost Of The Doll is an ID website dedicated to toys of the 1980's and 1990's (plus a few 2000's thrown in for good measure)!

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Lori - August 02, 2015 - Report this comment
The toys pictured are not My Petite Ponies. These toys came out a few years before the MLP Petite Ponies, and they were obviously not nearly as popular. I wish someone remembered what they were really called, because it's driving me crazy!

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