About this memory
This ‘My Little Pony’ is from the collections of the Museum of Childhood.
In 1983 children around the world fell in love with a herd of colourful ponies that lived in Dream Valley. Each pony had a name, such as Snowflake, Honeycomb and Hopscotch, which was reflected in its decoration. They came with combs so that owners could brush their mane and tail.
In 1995, production of My Little Ponies was stopped. It resumed again in the late 1990s, before the Ponies were fully globally relaunched in 2003.