Flutter Ponies

     Flutter Ponies, introduced in Year 4, between 1986 and 1987, were a novel take on the Pegasus myth. Flutter Ponies have slender bodies and stand only about an inch taller than the average baby pony. On their backs, they have two slots in which transparent, iridescent, and very fragile wings are inserted. When pressed, a button between the wing-slots causes the wings to flap. Two poses were made for this set, and one of them, the Honeysuckle Pose, was never used again. Flutter Ponies were the first My Little Ponies to have facial symbols: each Flutter Pony has a small symbol, similar to the symbol on her flanks, printed on her cheek or nose. A second set of Flutter Ponies was released in Year 5. All of the Year 4 Flutter Ponies have flowers for their symbols. Each pony came with came with a painted flower pick, a metallic ribbon, and a scented sticker.


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Rosedust
*Photo by Ponyland Press*

     Rosedust is a yellow flutter pony with light pink hair and pink eyes. Her symbol is three pink roses and seven scattered pink rosebuds with green stems (view). She has a pink and green rosebud on her right cheek. She is in the Rosedust Pose. Rosedust was later re-released in the second set of flutter ponies, in Year 5.
     Rosedust came with a pair of iridescent wings, a green flower pick with pink flower centers, a metallic ribbon, and a scented sticker.


Peach Blossom
*Photo by eBay seller Omeezponeez. Used with permission.*

     Peach Blossom is a light aqua flutter pony with aqua hair and lavender eyes. Her symbol is seven small pink flowers with heart shaped petals and red dotted centers (view). She has a pink flower on her forehead. She is in the Honeysuckle Pose.
     Peach Blossom came with a pair of iridescent wings, a purple flower pick with pink flower centers, a metallic ribbon, and a scented sticker.

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Lily
*Photo by Ponyland Press*

     Lily is a pinkish-purple flutter pony with lavender hair and light green eyes. Her symbol is a green plant with two pink buds and two pink and green blooming flowers on it (view). She has a small pink and green flower on her forehead. She is in the Rosedust Pose. Lily was later re-released in the second set of flutter ponies, in Year 5.
     Lily came with a pair of iridescent wings, a blue flower pick with green flower centers, a metallic ribbon, and a scented sticker.


Morning Glory
*Photo by Ponyland Press*

     Morning Glory is an aqua flutter pony with neon yellow hair and lavender eyes. Her symbol is a green vine with three lavender flowers on it (view). She has a small lavender and green bud on her right cheek. She is in the Rosedust Pose.
     Morning Glory came with a pair of iridescent wings, a pink flower pick with green flower centers, a metallic ribbon, and a scented sticker.

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Forget-Me-Not
*Photo by eBay seller Omeezponeez. Used with permission.*

     Forget-Me-Not is a purple flutter pony with white hair and blue eyes. Her symbol is three groups of small pink flowers with yellow, star shaped centers, trailing off into pink dots (view). She has a pink and yellow flower on her left cheek. She is in the Honeysuckle Pose.
     Forget-Me-Not came with a pair of iridescent wings, a pink flower pick with purple flower centers, a metallic ribbon, and a scented sticker.


Honeysuckle
*Photo by eBay seller Omeezponeez. Used with permission.*

     Honeysuckle is a pink flutter pony with light pink hair and blue eyes. Her symbol is a snowflake-shaped pink and yellow flower pattern (view). She has a pink and yellow flower on her forehead. She is in the Honeysuckle Pose.
     Honeysuckle came with a pair of iridescent wings, a flower pick with colored flower centers, a metallic ribbon, and a scented sticker.

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