Applejack

Zap Apple week!

With the completion of the Rodeo the Apple family has begun to sell their world famous, entirely unique fruit jam, come get a jar of the fruit that put Ponyville on the map!

In other news we would love to congratulate those who placed in the rodeo, our first ever Ponyville rodeo Champion Epona, the second place, VarienQuill and third- Nook! Thank you all who participated.

First Annual Ponyville Rodeo!

Event Data: 
Sun, 2012-08-05 14:00 - 18:45

To commemorate the annual Zap Apple harvest the Apple family is hosting Ponyville's first annual rodeo! The competitions will begin at 2:00 PM on Sunday, August 5th and will be followed by an afterparty where this year's first crop of Zap Apples will be sold! The whole town is invited and fun for the whole family is guaranteed.

 

Rodeo events are as follow:

 

Bull riding.
Roping.
Barrel run.
Show Jumping.
Broncing. 
 
One Character per player will be able to participate and be scored.
 
There will be seperate events open to foals as well, any questions comments and concerns (Both IC and Out) are to be directed towards Rodeo cordinator and host Applejack.

VINMART: Going Away or Here to Stay?

By Double Scoop

 

[Featured: A photograph of Applejack (though not named in the photo) beside her apple cart looking distraught with tears in her eyes with the imposing silhouette of VINMART in the background.]

 

It will be hard not to remember the 29th of Janurary; that fateful day when VINMART dropped its shop in the Town Square. It is a day that changed the face of Ponyville. With its cake-like silhouette standing out in the skyline, nopony can’t help but wonder how this will change their town. This isn’t the first VINMART to come to Equestria either. “We started from a small corner store to dozen of stores in various sizes, including the flagship store you see here today in Ponyville. […] It is made with plenty of expansion in mind,” said Lavender Haze, general manager of the Ponyville Vinmart. While a lot of ponies have expressed concern over such a large store being placed in such a small town, Miss Haze responded with confidence. “Ponyville is developing well recently and our corporation would love embrace and enchant this growth.” VINMART seems to be so confident about Ponyville’s market that they plan to make the Ponyville VINMART their corporate headquarters because it is, “strategically, a good logistic location.” This could mean a bright future for VINMART as they become more closely tied with the community.

 

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