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History and Origins Eriskay ponies are among the last surviving remnants of the original native ponies of the Western Isles of Scotland however they are under threat and are classified as critically endangered by the Rare Breed Survival Trust (Rbst). Until the middle of the 19th Century ponies of the Western Isles type ...
Set in the heart of Exmoor the Centre offers the visitor a chance to meet an Exmoor Pony up close. The Centre is home to about 35 ponies, some of which are available for visitors to meet in the yard, paddocks and petting pen. Moorland Mousie Trust aim to promote and protect the endangered rare-breed Exmoor pony.
Ponies may only be clipped and trimmed in accordance with breed society rules, Ponies will not be marked down for freeze marks. The bridle should be plain leather and plain or plaited browband. A Pelham or double bridle is suitable for open classes; a snaffle bridle should be worn in novice, first ridden, and lead Mount...
Highland Pony Breeders in North America - Highland Pony Enthusiasts Club of America
The Exmoor pony model was sculpted by Harriet Knibbs. She named the mare Dunkery Belle after Dunkery Beacon, a well-known landmark and the highest point on Exmoor. At 694 square kilometers, Exmoor is one of the smallest national parks in England, but it s also one of the most varied, with a magnificent coastline, w
Dartmoor ponies rounded up for controversial autumn 'drift sale' - Devon Live
Collecta The Exmoor pony is a rare breed native to the British Isles. Many herds can be found running free at Exmoor National Park, a large area of moorland in Devon and Somerset in southwest England. Historically, these hardy ponies were used for farm work and riding. Exmoor ponies are particularly well-adapted to col