Boy, 7, Buys Pony After Raising Over $2,000 By Selling Lemonade For Two years

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A boy in Australia has bought a pony with money he raised from selling lemonade, it has been reported.

7-year-old Sabastian Kent became popular after a video shared by his mother Juliana on Facebook showed him shed tears achieving his ultimate goal – owning a pony.

Sebastian shed tears of joy at his first meeting with Tom Boy, a white pony he purchased after spending two years selling lemonade and saving his birthday, tooth fairy and Christmas money. He raised $2,285 for the purchase.

What do you think?” the mother asks in the video.

It’s awesome,” he replies through his tears.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WN9_JXPw53w

The boy’s parents said Sabastian’s lemonade became very popular among locals to the point where he started setting up stands at local events and social gatherings.

His lemonade became a hit and he had to progress to bottling it so he could produce enough in advance the day before,” Juliana told CNN. “He had a lot of lemons donated, too. Sometimes he was paid 20 cents, other times family would donate to him $20 or even $100 to put towards his pony savings.”

Sabastian said he now has need of further funds to purchase a saddle and pay for Tom Boy’s veterinary care.

 

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