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Clipper is a baby boy pony, with a chubby, light blue blue body, white hair (short spiky mane, standard-length tail), and blue eyes. His symbol is a red and white sailboat and he has six white freckles on his nose.
This offer is known for its odd photo of Satin 'n Lace, showing her in the traditional standing pose (not trotting), with a pink body. She is wearing her bridal gown, so her symbol cannot be seen in the photo and her eyes appear to be either purple or dark blue. It is believed that the pony shown in this offer is actually the Collector Pony version of Cotton Candy, with her (straight, standard-length) mane curled. This offer went through Year 7.
The Sparkle Ponies are a set of six mysterious ponies with dark see-though bodies and filled with a bits of silver glitter. They also have tinsel strands in their (straight, standard-length) hair and each came with a gold-trimmed ribbon (some are noted below), making them sparkle all over; they also each came with a brush or comb. Their symbols all had to do with space, and they have a tiny interpretation of it under either their left or right eye. Though they were available though this mail order in Years 6 and 7, they were also available to buy in the store in Year 7. Most were identical, but some had different color hair. The store versions also had no symbols under their eyes. *Note: There is a section on the Year 7 Ponies page for store-bought Sparkle Ponies, citing the individual variations, which are also listed below with each individual Sparkle Pony.
Star Dancer (Earth pony) is dark pink with blue hair w/pink tinsel, and bright blue eyes. She has two happy stars (one yellow, one white w/blue faces) as her symbol and one yellow star (with no face) under her left eye.
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This incredible offer was the only one of its time to offer an entire line of entirely new ponies. In 1989 (Year 7), three sets of ponies were sold through this offer with a beach party theme. While the ponies look of the ponies were new, some of their names and faces were familiar, as one of these sets was the Baby Pearlized Ponies, pearly new versions of the Year 3 Baby Ponies. Other pony sets included the unique Pretty Mane Ponies and the pair of Baby Sister Ponies. According to the insert, the Pretty Mane Ponies were said to be only available through this offer, but they appeared on others, throughout year 9. The Baby Pearlized Ponies were also sold in several other future offers, including one with another beach theme. The Baby Sister Ponies were offered another time as well.
The pair of Pretty Mane Ponies have special hair that is their 'mane' attraction. They are Earth ponies but with their bodies are in the same mold as the Flutter Ponies, but with no wings on their backs. They have long, straight two-tone manes, but instead if having the traditional vertical stripes, they have horizontal streaks, with one color blending in to the other. They have solid colored (stan) tails and long forelocks. Each Pretty Mane Pony came with a (star brush, but no hair ribbons.
Dabble is pink and has purple tail with a purple and green-streaked mane. She has dark pink eyes, and her symbol are purple & green jagged lines. Her star brush is blue.
Li'l Sweetcake is blue with pink (straight, standard-length) hair and has a fancy cake as her symbol. Her head turns, in the same style as a Peek-A-Boo Baby Pony. Her hair ribbon is cornflower blue.
The Baby Pearlized Ponies are shimmering versions of the Year 3's set of Baby Ponies with a pearl-like luster covering their bodies. Some were identical to the originals, while others had dramatic color changes. Ponies who once had glittery symbols did not, being that their entire bodies were covered with the pearly coating. The unicorns did not have colored streaks in their manes. Earth Ponies no longer had freckles on their faces. While some of the original versions had curly hair, all of the Baby Pearlized Ponies have straight hair. Each Baby Pearlized Pony came with a hair ribbon.
Baby Moondreamer (unicorn; originally Baby Moondancer) is white with dark pink hair, and dark pink eyes. Her symbol is a purple crescent moon and two dark pink stars.
Baby Glory (unicorn) is light blue with light purple hair and cerulean blue eyes. Her symbol is a purple & pinkish-purple shooting star. Her hair ribbon is pink.
This short-lived 1989 offer was a combination of new ponies, reissues of (and new versions of) older ponies, and more appearances from familiar mail order ponies. Finally, a groom named Coat 'n Tails for bride pony Satin 'n Lace was introduced. Several ponies from favorite My Little Pony playsets were sold (only) as a set called Playset Ponies. Clipper and the Sparkle Ponies were offered again, as was Baby Cuddles (Beddy Bye-Eyes) with the Baby Buggy. The offer contained a fun activity, with hidden pictures that could be revealed by rubbing them with a pencil. Being such a limited offer, the new ponies featured in it would be released in later, longer running offers, through Year 9.
Shown with his bride, Satin 'n Lace (left; by himself below), boy pony Coat 'n Tails was offered for the first time. He is in the same mold as the Big Brother Ponies. Coat 'n Tails is dark blue with blue curly (strandard-length) hair with a white
streak in his mane. He has pink eyes, and his symbol is five white bow
ties. He wears a white bow tie around his neck. In later offers, his name was changed to Tux 'n Tails. He was reintroduced in the "It's a Birthday Party" offer, sold by himself, and later with Satin 'n Lace, and only as a set.
The release of the set of Playset Ponies was a great idea for My Little Pony collectors who has missed out on purchasing the expensive, corresponding accessories in Years 2, 3, and 4. However, while some of the ponies were almost identical to the originals, others were different in color and/or mold. This offer coincided with the reissue of the Show Stable and the Dream Castle in Year 7, which came with no ponies, unlike the originals from Year 2.
Sprinkles (pegasus), who came with the Waterfall is slightly different from the original. She has a pink body (instead of lavender), blue hair (straight, standard-length), and blue eyes. Her symbol is six blue ducks.
Baby Half Note (Earth pony) is very different, since she does not have Beddy-Bye Eyes like the original from the Baby Bonnet School of Dance. She is now in the same mold as Baby Tiddley-Winks. She is lavender with curly (standard-length) aqua hair, and aqua eyes. Her symbol is a pair of purple ballet slippers tied with a pink bow.
Sent to My Little Pony collectors in the mail, this smaller offer brought back previously issued ponies as well as a newly-rereleased item. Rainbow Ponies Parasol and Confetti were offered again, but just these two, unlike earlier offers. It gave collectors yet another chance to get Baby Cuddles (with Beddy-Bye Eyes) and the Baby Buggy. The Baby Bonnet School of Dance was available for mail order for the first time. No ponies were shown to said to come with the school.
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