Many ponies were sold in Europe and Australia that were not available in the US or other parts of the world. In all, there are over 200 such ponies, some of which were additions to pony sets sold in the US, while others belonged to pony sets exclusive to Europe. In the US, production of vintage My Little Pony toys ended in 1992, but new sets of ponies continued to appear in Europe for several years afterward.
Click the pony sets below for pictures, names, colors, symbols, poses, and mint-in-package and accessory information. (Note that this part of the website is still incomplete; if you have pictures or information about European ponies that you'd like to share, please let us know.)
A large number of unique ponies were sold in the UK, including both variations on US ponies and completely new ponies unlike any sold in the US. Many of the ponies you will find listed in the UK section below were also available in other parts of Europe, sometimes with different names, different packaging, and different accessories.
(If you're interested in more detailed information about all of the ponies who were released in the UK, and about which US and European ponies weren't released in the UK, check out Taffeta's My Little Pony Scrapbook, a UK pony guide. A lot of our information was gathered from her wonderful page.)