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2011-02-09 23:16:02
2011-02-09 23:16:02

Yes - if they did not there would be no more Shetland ponies.


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Shetland ponies are a small breed of hardy pony found in the Shetland Isles off the east coast of Scotland

there is only one breed of shetland but there is another type of minature pony called fallabellas but the shetland comes in every colour.

Shetland ponies can be ridden by young and small children. Shetland ponies are also used as paddock pals for racehorses and horses.

Shetland ponies are mammals as they bear live young and suckle them

Humans and cougars are the top predators of Shetland Ponies. They are native to Scotland.

Shetland Ponies come from The Shetland Isles in the North Sea, just above and to the east of Scotland, in the UK.

Shetland ponies do not live in the areas with animals that would consume them. Lions, Panthers and Leopards would eat Shetland ponies if they were in the same area.

Hi, I live in England and have a shetland pony and to be honest with you there is no reason why shetland ponies couldn't live in New Zealand

All horses AND ponies are herbivores.

horses have bigger breed types such as shire horse, Clydesdale ,Suffolk punch and lots more where as ponies have smaller breed types such as Shetland, Dartmoor and the smallest bred of pony the Fallabella.

Many people may disagree, but I think it is the Shetland ponies (although they can be very cheeky) or Fellabellas.

The origin of the breed is the state of Iowa in 1954. POAs are a cross of Appaloosa and Shetland and/or Welsh ponies.

Altough not large, a Shetland can pull a cart.

In the Shetland Islands! That is where Shetland Ponies come from.

It appears that Shetland Ponies were brought to The United States of America in the mid 1800's if you want to see for yourself check out this site:

Shetland ponies come from the Shetland Aisles in the northern part of Scotland.

Shetland pnoies eat the same food that other ponies eat. Like hay, grain, and grass.

Shetland ponies can live too 30 to 50 years old if they're in good heath

Yes of course Shetland ponies drink water! Most animals can't live without it.

A shetland pony is a herbivore, as are all horses and ponies.

Shetland ponies originated in the Shetland Isles, located northeast of mainland Scotland. Small horses have been kept on the Shetland Isles since the Bronze Age. People who lived on the islands probably later crossed the native stock with ponies imported by Norse settlers.

Ponys can live from 25-50 years Shetland ponies usually live up to about 25 - 30 depending on how well you treat it Shetland ponies usually live up to about 25 - 30 depending on how well you treat it

The Shetland ponies natural habitat is Shetland Isle off the coast of Scotland.

With the exception of certain dwarf ponies resulting from genetic mutation, the Shetland is the smallest breed of horse. The average height is about 102 cm (40 inches; unlike other horses, Shetlands are not measured in hands). Maximum height is 117 cm. Mfire

not if the owners aren't

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