Learn specific details about additional members of the herd of wild Chincoteague Ponies on Assateague Island by collecting and trading this second set in the popular series of Chincoteague Pony trading cards. As with the previous set, each card shows both sides of the pony for identification purposes. Every pony has a name, a story, and a look of his or her own. Come to kw Sonny's Legacy, a chestnut pinto mare who was returned to the island by the Chincoteague Fire Company, which protects the island ponies, to live out her life in hour of fireman Sonny Haigh. Meet Little Dolphin, the stallion raffled off but donated back to the island. In all there are 70 ponies for you to meet. Absorb the personal information of each pony and when you visit the island, take along both sets of cards so you can identify the many ponies in person.
Lois Szymanski is the author of 26 books, including many about Chincoteague Ponies. She has researched Chincoteague Ponies for over 29 years. She lives in Westminster, MD with her husband, Dan, their Sheltie, Ryley, and a cat named K.C. Linda Kantjas is a painter and photographer specializing in animal and pet portraits.