My Little Pony :: Special Offer Ponies ~ Year 7 [1988 - 1989]

MLP Year 7 had fifteen new sets of ponies and eight new sets of special offer ponies. There was also three new playsets (plus two re-issues) and one new accessory.

A huge thanks to Renee for all the pamphlet scans and to everyone else who has helped with images, including many eBay sellers!

Year 7 ~ Contents

Accessories & Playsets

Playsets

Accessories


Activity Club Pony [UK pony]

Baby Pony was the first of four UK Activity Club ponies to be offered. Each baby pony was given away when you joined up for another year along with other items.

Also see:

Baby Pony
[no symbol]
Type:
Body:
Hair:
Symbol:
Earth Pony
White
White
(no symbol)

Baby Pearlized Ponies

Baby Pearlized Ponies were pearly versions of year 3's Baby Ponies. Some were identical to the originals, while others were quite different in colour. Baby Moondancer's name was also changed to Baby Moondreamer. None had freckles though.

These ponies were offered inside the "It's a Beach Party" leaflet which was not available in the UK.

Each pony came with a hair ribbon.

Also see:

Baby Blossom Baby Cotton Candy Baby Firefly
Type:
Body:
Hair:
Symbol:
Earth Pony
Lavender
White
Flowers
Type:
Body:
Hair:
Symbol:
Earth Pony
Pink
Pink
Candyfloss
Type:
Body:
Hair:
Symbol:
Pegasus
Pink
Blue
Lighting Bolt

Baby Glory Baby Moondreamer Baby Surprise
Type:
Body:
Hair:
Symbol:
Unicorn
Blue
Purple
Shooting Star
Type:
Body:
Hair:
Symbol:
Unicorn
White
Pink
Moon and Stars
Type:
Body:
Hair:
Symbol:
Pegasus
Yellow
Neon Yellow
Balloon

Baby Sister Ponies

Baby Sister Ponies were sold as a pair. Li'l Sweetcake was normal baby sized and Li'l Cupcake was newborn size. These ponies were offered inside the "It's a Beach Party" leaflet which was not available in the UK.

They came with one white flower brush and a hair ribbon each.

Li'l Cupcake Li'l Sweetcake
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Body:
Hair:
Symbol:
Unicorn
Pink
Blue
Cupcake
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Body:
Hair:
Symbol:
Unicorn
Blue
Pink
Fancy Cake

Coat 'n Tails [aka "Tux 'n Tails"]

Coat 'n Tails, later called Tux 'n Tails, was Year 5's Satin 'n Lace's long awaited husband. He was offered seperatly inside the "My Little Ponyland" leaflet, then again with Satin 'n lace in the "A Day at the Beach" leaflet (Year 8), with his name changed to Tux 'n Tails.

Coat 'n Tails came with nothing but a white bow tie.

Also see:

Coat 'n Tails
Type:
Body:
Hair:
Symbol:
Earth
Blue
Blue
Bow ties

Li'l Tot

Li'l Tot was a special mail order offer for a children's organisation, Toys for Tots. For every pony bought, one was donated to the Toys for Tots programme and given to ill children. I doubt this pony was available anywhere outside the US.
Li'l Tot
Type:
Body:
Hair:
Symbol:
Earth Pony
White
Pink
Doll, Bear & Ball

Lucky the Stallion

"There's an exciting new addition to the Pony family. His name is Lucky the Stallion, the very first boy Pony. And he's unlike any Little Pony you've ever seen. Lucky loves to jump fences, run through fields, have his mane brushed, and his bow tie tightened straight. And because Lucky is brand new, he's also looking for a home - and he's hoping it's with you. Lucky the Stallion should be part of any complete Pony stable. And because he's such a special Pony, you can't buy him at any store. Lucky's only available to Pony friends through this exclusive offer."

Lucky the Stallion was the very first boy pony produced. He was first offered in his own special leaflet, then again throughout year's 7 & 8 along with other special offers.
He had short hair and came with a bow tie (in Canada he also came with a comb). He was one of the few special offers to be available in the UK, where he was available much earlier from 1986 (around Year 5).

Lucky the Stallion
Type:
Body:
Hair:
Symbol:
Earth Pony
Blue
Blue
Horseshoe

Playset Ponies

"The Playset Ponies are ready for fairy tale fun as they arrive at the Enchanted Island."

Playset Ponies offered ponies only previously available with various playsets from year's 2, 3 and 4. Three of the ponies remained unchanged (Baby Tiddly-Winks (Y3's non BBE), Lemon Drop and Majesty), whilst Sprinkles had a slight change of body colour (lavender to pink) and Baby Half Note changed pose as was non BBE.
They were offered inside the "My Little Ponyland" leaflet which coincided with Year 7's re-release of two playsets (Dream Castle and Show Stable), which no longer included any ponies (in the US at least).

Also see:

Baby Half Note

Baby Tiddly-Winks

Lemon Drop

Type:
Body:
Hair:
Symbol:
Earth Pony
Lavender
Aqua
Ballet shoes
Type:
Body:
Hair:
Symbol:
Earth Pony
Pink
White
Bib
Type:
Body:
Hair:
Symbol:
Earth Pony
Yellow
Purple
Rain Drops

Majesty

Sprinkles

Type:
Body:
Hair:
Symbol:
Unicorn
White
Blue & White
Flowers
Type:
Body:
Hair:
Symbol:
Pegasus
Pink
Blue
Ducks

Pony Llama Friend

Pony Llama Friend was only offered in Canada. Originally the Llama was produced as a special offer for Hasbro's Jem line (called Rama Llama), but when Jem was cancelled they were left with thousands of unsold items so Hasbro decided to offer the toy to My Little Pony collectors.

She was twice the size of a pony and came with a pattered blanket and llama shaped comb.

Pony Llama Friend
Type:
Body:
Hair:
Symbol:
Llama
Pink
Pink
None

Pretty Mane Ponies

Pretty Mane Ponies were made in the Flutter Ponies mould but without wings. These ponies were offered inside the "It's a Beach Party" leaflet which was not available in the UK.

Their hair was two-toned horizontally and each pony came with a star brush but no hair ribbons. The aqua in Dabble hair often fades to white over time.

Also see:

Dabble Scribbles
Type:
Body:
Hair:
Symbol:

Earth Pony
Pink
Purple & Green
Various Shapes

Type:
Body:
Hair:
Symbol:
Earth Pony
White
Pink & Yellow
Various Shapes

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