Newspaper article News Mail Bundaberg Qld.

Offer on Stolen Pony

Newspaper article News Mail Bundaberg Qld.

Offer on Stolen Pony

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Mike Derry

mike.derry@news-mail.com.au

A CHILDERS grandmother has offered to replace a disabled boy's pony that was stolen from a property at Gin Gin last week.

The pony was helping Hugo Kraay, who has cerebral palsy and epilepsy, with his therapy.

Hugo's grandmother, Phyllis Bromley, said the three year old could not understand where his pony had gone.

But now Liza Van Der Heide is hoping to ride to the rescue.

Mrs Van Der Heide has a very similar pony named Princess that she would like to donate to Hugo.

"I was going to put her up for sale," Mrs Van Der Heide said.

"But I would be more than happy to give her to the family."

Mrs Van Der Heide said Princess was a very quiet pony.

"The kids can do anything with her," she said.

"The kids sit on her and it doesn't bother her at all."

Mrs Van Der Heide said she was very sorry Hugo's pony had been stolen.

"I know what kids are like with their horses," she said. …

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