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 Toy ID help, *identified as Secret Wish Horse
Gummypony
Posted: Jun 18 2007, 01:07 PM


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I need a little help finding out what this is for someone on another forum. It has no markings to be found on it. so maybe someone here has seen one? The saddle lifts up by turning the jewel key sticking up and has dangling earrings that detach from the saddle to wear. It also came with a magic 8 ball fortune telling necklace for you to wear as well. Possibly Princess Guinevere as a far guess?

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Gummypony
Posted: Jun 22 2007, 02:00 AM


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okay we figured out what it is. its a Secret Wish horse named Starlook, there are other ones that people have said they own so if you have one and haven't figured out what it is, here ya go smile.gif


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berry elvish
Posted: Jun 22 2007, 10:15 AM


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That is great news, I was totally at a loss about this horse. Nice job.


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Gummypony
Posted: Jul 15 2007, 11:09 PM


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someone should set up an ID site maybe? I know there isn't much out there on it, but it could be out there for people to send info and photos in?


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Gummypony
Posted: Jun 24 2008, 11:41 AM


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here's another one thats popped up asking info. Its missing accessories,but here's the pic to keep on this thread because I wound up coming back here knowing it was still here to fetch the info I posted lol


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berry elvish
Posted: Jun 24 2008, 07:16 PM


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My daughter had a horse just like that (with the saddle) and it came with a sleigh-type carriage. We bought it at the General Dollar store, but have since given it away, so I can't check it for company and/or year.


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Gummypony
Posted: Jun 29 2008, 10:36 PM


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Here's yet another one someone just bought. I thoought about asking the webmaster of ghost of the doll to add section on them, but I wouldn't be able to get her much info.

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