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Pony In My Pocket

The Pony In My Pocket brand began in the 1990s as sets of small, rubbery plastic model horses in a range of poses and breeds and were often sold as families. Each model had a name and a breed card.

After a hiatus of a decade or so, Pony In My Pocket returned in the early 2000s. The reborn line featured all new, more cartoon-like, molds and instead of being smooth plastic, were flocked in a range of fairly realistic colours (there was also a set of rainbow models). Like the earlier models, each one was given a name and a breed (but no breed cards this time).

There were two series of models - Series One was first released in single mystery packs and later released in four packs. Series Two was only released in these four-packs. During Season One, sets of Newborns, miniature versions of the Series One models, were added to the line.

There were also several family sets made which featured larger "Mommy" models which were hollow and had hair manes and tails. They, like their foals were flocked like the other Pony IMP models.

Later, new models were introduced (possibly only in the States) in playsets. Some of the models appear to be re-releases of earlier models, and some of the molds have been altered. The jewelry sets feature mini molds like the Newborns, but they're slightly larger than the earlier models and have a hole in one side to attach them to their accessory.