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Parents' Guide to

It's My Pony

By Erin Brereton, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 10+

Horse lovers' web wonderland requires paid membership.

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Whether kids have their own horse or just have a passion for ponies, ITSMYPONY offers a ton of information about horse breeds, what to feed your foal, how horse digestion works -- pretty much any equestrian-related topic you could imagine. The site's content -- which includes horse-related quizzes and videos on topics like correct riding positions -- is well-organized, so it's easy to find the site's educational offerings and just-for-fun games, which include memory games and a virtual version of rock, paper, scissors. Some of the site design is amateurish -- with auto-play audio and video, and some formatting problems -- but horse lovers probably won't care. And though some site elements might indicate it's only for girls, the information will appeal to anyone who's really into horses.

The one possible parental deterrent? It costs money to access all the horse info. However, you can test out a membership for $5 for a two-week membership -- and decide if you want to upgrade to a $10 one-month membership or $25 three-month membership.

Online interaction: Users can post statements and photos to a message board. Both appear instantly. On our visits the site wasn't that active, but all comments were respectful and on-topic.

Website Details

  • Genre: Educational
  • Pricing structure: Free
  • Last updated: November 5, 2015

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