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The Dales Pony is classified as a very rare breed and is listed as endangered on the official Rare Breeds Trust watchlist.
Although found worldwide, the majority of Dales breeders are based around Teesdale and the breed's heartland is the North East Dales.
The fourth book in the series, Up and Down in the Dales was published in 2004.
Tomes admitted assaulting Mr Dales causing actual bodily harm, and a charge of assisting an offender.
SERIAL menace Thomas Dale has been given yet another chance to stay out of jail, despite being caught red-handed raiding a family home.
IT'S destination Dales as a special bus service starts again this month.
George Dale, aged 87, was left paralysed from the chest down after suffering a broken neck, severed spinal cord and severe facial injuries in the attack.
Dales was involved in the training sessions which provided grip and electric training.
SERIAL villain Thomas Dale is back on the streets again after being freed from jail.
* Colin is joint editor of the Yorkshire Dales Society's quarterly magazine The Yorkshire Dales Review; a vice-chairman of West Riding Ramblers Association; chairman of the Dales Way Association; president of the YHA Northern Region and the joint Founder-Secretary of the Yorkshire Dales Society.
It aims to make Dales beef and lamb the choice of cooks and food lovers around the UK and is the final piece in a jigsaw which will help secure the future for livestock farmers in the region.