Bilbo's ponies name was Myrtle
Before they reached Rivendale, the pony carrying their food fell into a stream. Going over the mountian, the ponies and all their belongings were taken by the goblins. In Mirkwood they ate it all.
Clue finder is one of the names that the invisible Bilbo Baggins uses when he boasts to Smaug the dragon.
A hobbit barrow is referred to as a 'smail.'
The goblins take them. It is supposed that they were eaten, at least that is what the narrator hinted at in the description. The last they were seen was in the great hall just before Gandalf put out the lights.
The Individuated Hobbit was created in 1979-09.
The goblins took them
When the dwarves and Bilbo were captured, so were all of the ponies. The goblins ate the ponies.
They lost some of the ponies in the river, which washed them and their supplies away. The others were taken by the goblins and eaten.
They lost several of their ponies into the river. They took most of the food with them.
There are hundreds of goblins in The Hobbit. You probably want to know the names of the 3 trolls. They were William, Bert and Tom.
Stay on the path, be nice to Elves, and make sure you have a wizard and hobbit. You will be walking or riding ponies for most of the way...... and remember to bring something you can use to fight off giant spiders!
It depends on what you mean by "person". Very few of the characters in The Hobbit are actually human beings. So part of a character's identity must be their species. It most books that is not an issue, but in The Hobbit it matters whether we are talking about a dwarf, hobbit, elf, or dragon. Another important factor is names. Tolkien was a linguist and names were very important to him, even in The Hobbit where he is writing for children.
Esmaralda TookEstellaEglantineEverardElanor the Fair
The ponies with wings and a unicorn horn? If so, Alicorns.
My ponies show name is 'Monami' which translates from french as 'my friend'
One thing in particular that the Annotated Hobbit has is a detailed explanation of the changes that Tolkien made to 'The Hobbit' while writing of 'The Lord of the Rings' to synchronize the texts.