the ponies...

applejack straight head
applejack
blossom
grey blossom
magenta blossom
blossom-butterscotch
blossom with white hair
bluebelle
grey bluebelle
orange bluebelle
bowtie straight head
bowtie (red hair)
bowtie
bubbles
butterscotch w/yellow hair
butterscotch w/white hair
brown butterscotch
cherries jubilee
confetti
cotton candy
cotton candy variation
firefly
flutterbye
glory
gusty
heart throb
hopscotch
lemondrop (13 drops)
lemondrop (14 drops)
white lemondrop
grey lemondrop
lickety split
blue lickety split
medley
minty
yellow minty-red hair
yellow minty-green hair
yellow minty-white hair
yellowminty-purple hair
minty (8 clovers)
moondancer
yellow moondancer
moonstone
moonstone alt.
parasol
parasol alt.
peachy
brown peachy
pinwheel
polly
posey
blue posey
powder
seashell
seaspray
skydancer
skyflier
snowflake
snuzzle
sparkler
sparkler-hopscotch
starflower
sunbeam
sunbeam/rainbow hair
sunlight
starshine
starshine alt.
surfdancer
surfdancer (pink hair)
surprise
tickle
white tootsie
trickles
twilight
Re Unicorno
Re Unicorno 2nd issue
wavebreaker
windy
windy alt.


Prototypes (misc Oddities)
-tootsie
-skyflier
-sunlight
-tickle
-powder

grey blossom

 

While it is true that most "grey" blossoms are just faded normal ones, (and to check this, you can check if there are any differences between the color of the body and the inside of the pony) I still think some are genuine, as there are no colour discrepancies nor fading visible.

Said this, I have two different versions of Italian grey blossoms: one (11 flowers) looks more like a "normal" italian pony (stamped eyes) while the second (thinner flowers, and only 10 of them) has hairbrushed eyes, and look similar to a Macau pony. Also, the hair quality feels (and look!) slightly different.