by TheDaiLi
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Our showcase today is the Ponygirl; as modeled by the as yet un-catalogued GS-10682 (Or to re-name for the demo, PG-313W). The first thing you may notice is the radically different body-shape as compared to 313’s capture image- where is the waspish waist and the smooth legs we all expected? Well naturally the answer is that they did not fit within the parameters of the chosen model, so the item was refashioned to meet its needs. This kind of body-sculpting is perfectly possible for any product, given enough time to work on them- it is however cost-prohibitive, so there will be an extra fee for wanting to turn a mesomorph into an ectomorph for example, or to convert one who is naturally adept at being one type of model into another ill-adept one.

For 313, the process would only be moderate thanks to her martial arts background and that she’s already well suited for one particular Pony-role, which brings me nicely onto talking about Ponygirl types.

You see, there are three sub-categories within the Ponygirl line: Show Ponies, Race Ponies and Work Ponies. 313 is a Work Pony, hence the ‘W’ at the end of the slave-ident, and this means she is to be designed for labour, pulling wagons, helping to till fields, and all those other kinds of activities. For this she needs strong legs and a strong core from which to pull from- hence the reinforced design of her particular slavesuit. Neck movement isn’t necessary as speed or flexibility is not a requirement, and the ankle-bands have been relocated and remodified to help support the weight of what is to be pulled, though again limiting some flexibility.

Race ponies have more lean builds and are built for speed, specializing in either endurance or sprint, and are nearly always paired in teams of two. Their arms are also freeable for use in gripping the carriage for faster sprinting, and their shoes often have a wicked spike in them to aid their grip (which also makes them the least likely type of pony to gain permanently fused hooves, as a change for footwear is nearly always needed for surfaces other than the track).

Show ponies do not have the magnetic carriage attachments that Work or Race ponies do and generally speaking have an altogether different suit configuration designed for front handling and pleasure derived from flexibility and poise rather than a ‘runners high’. They don’t pull carriages and are instead used in competitions or in parties as examples of equine elegance- certainly the slimmest of the different breeds of pony, and the one that 313 under normal circumstances would be most suited to be.

Though it may go without saying, Ponies are hardly practical items; even Work Ponies, as if you were truly looking for a slave to perform varied manual tasks and labour, then a Work Slave would always be the better choice in both strength and utility. The appeal, then, naturally comes from the absolute sense of luxury associated with them, the unbridled (ironically) power of riding to your events pulled by these magnificent creatures, the prestige associated with having a trophy-winning race team, or a ribbon winning Show Pony. Nothing says that you’ve made it and you matter quite like owning a Ponygirl or ten.

Of course, being such personal products naturally means that a great deal of personalization goes on, and to accommodate this Thrallworks has gone to every length to ensure that your pony is exactly right for you. The only modification undertaken on all models is the necessary ankle and calf surgery to ensure long-term hoof-use is comfortable, and beyond that is completely up to the owner- some enjoy watching their ponies work and sweat, some enjoy the endless energy inherent in implanted hemocyte centres, and so on. Competition packages are also available for a reduced price to ensure your product is fully insured and equipped to participate in the many races or events that occur over the active season.

313 here has undergone minimal modification compared to what could have been possible- her feet have been gel-cushioned for more comfortable standing and hard impacts, and has been given cochlear implants to enhance her already excellent sense of balance- or, should the controller desire, to completely remove it. (As a side-note, such a modification is illegal in Show Ponies wishing to compete. For Race Ponies, you’ll need to consult the race categories in regards to which fields they can enter.) Her endocrine system has also been altered to respond to exercise with endorphins and pleasure with adrenal stimulation; sexual pleasure itself no longer leading the product toward unwanted muscular spasms or weakness.

Anyway, 313’s equipment is standard fare for Work Ponies, the hooves removable, with a molecular seal on them to prevent looseness, and two magnetic catches either side of her abdomen from which to pull from. The steering mechanism runs through the central control hub, connecting to her sex and her nipples. When receiving a ‘lash’ the devices controlling her lower sexual orifices producing the desired response to step up or down a gear depending on the type of stimulation administered- a protracted low undulation for slowness and a sharp spike of pleasure for speed. To turn left or right stimulus is applied to the corresponding breast (it’s quite common for owners to augment the sensitivity of their Work and Race Ponies’ breasts in order to get a sharper response out of them), and stimulating all three erogenous zones to bring to a stop.

Mention must also be made of the ‘Bit’ as well, in that it not only effectively gags the pony, but also serves as breathing apparatus to aid the ponies’ respiratory process- a gagged mouth is fine and fun but it’s also used quite extensively to breathe with, and most Ponies need all the air they can get.

Naturally the design of the helmet comes in many types; this rather restrictive number 313 is wearing is fairly common for Work Ponies bought in large groups to aid anonymity and a faceless mystique to them- Race Ponies tend to have visors instead (still needing eye protection from sand, dust or dirt kicked up during races) and Show Ponies glazings, giving their whole eye a shiny black coating.

The helmet serves two purposes- to both serve as ‘blinders’ to prevent the Pony from being sidetracked, and to provide instructions both for training and during work. Any part of the helm can be ‘shaded’ or blocked off from sight or warped-around, encouraging a forward-only view or lensing to aid peripherals, and a HUD can be brought up at any time with a variety of applications to overlay information onto the world that the Ponygirl is seeing, much like a removable version of a Drone helmet. The most common use for a Work Pony’s helm is as a Destination finder, the computer core uploading map information in real-time and displaying the instructions of where to go and the correct speeds to the Ponygirls, stimulating them correctly and thus not requiring the services of a driver and allowing you to be taken to any destination even if the pony’s have never been there before.

That about wraps it up for this instructional promo. To hear about how to care for your Pony, what kind of exercise regimens are required for different events and for more information on how they are trained or how to train them yourself, please consult our catalogue of video and neural downloads for a better understanding of the varying processes- all at very reasonable prices. Order your Pony today and receive the full-package of downloads for absolutely free!

Please do come again and remember, a Thrallworks slave is a happy slave!