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MD Pony Meet 2012: Coming Soon!
G4 has arrived! The 2011 MD Pony Meet celebrated and welcomed the newest generation of My Little Pony. A few games and contests, as well as this year's mascot, all featured the styles and characters from My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. But as always, every generation was represented!
The 2010 pony meet featured a brand new outdoor facility, new games and contests, live auction, a mythology-themed custom contest, and the biggest attendance to date!
The 2009 pony meet featured a brand new scooter track for the riveting multi-heat race, coloring contest, live auction, carousel-themed custom contest, and new games!
The 2008 meet was nicknamed the "Year of the Llamacorn" in honor of the strange llama-unicorn hybrid pinata that had become the object of countless beatings over past years in pursuit of candy and other MLP-related goodies that the yearly pinata contains.
The 2007 meet featured a custom contest with the theme "I Don't Wanna Be Me!" in which customizers turned ponies into non-equine animals, among other now classic MD meet traditions.
This year featured many new events, such as the first live auction with a professional auctioneer and our first pony celebrity, Debra Birge!
The 2005 meet brought several new faces and some fun surprises! This meet featured the "Pirate Pony" custom contest, and the first annual scooter race.
These were the years when the meets really started to gain momentum and popularity. So much so that attendees demanded a second meet in the fall!
Due to the growing popularity of the meets, however, it was later decided to remain a yearly event.
These small meets were the humble beginnings of what would come to be known as the annual MD Pony Meets. Starting with only a handful of collectors, the meets only grew with every following year.