If you are too tall for a pony, ride a horse instead.
You could have a horse or pony but the pony shouldent be any smaller than 12.o hands tall.
A pony can get as tall as 14.2 hands (1.44 m) but a pony can get bigger just a registered pony has to be14.2 hands! hope this helped :D
a pony is a horse under 14.2 hands tall.
Ponies are strong and can carry an adult but i say that if your legs are below the ponies stomach then you are tooo tall. Just my opinion... hope this helped :D
A Highland pony can reach 14.2 hands ( 1.44 m)
You could have a pony about 13.0 hands tall but no smaler and a horse at any size but you might want one 15.2 hands tall or shorter.
One hand is 4 inches, so a pony that is 12 hands tall is roughly 48 inches, or 4 feet tall.
If you mean 9.0 hands then your pony is 36 inches tall at the withers (located at the bottom of the mane). a hand is 4 inches
A Shetland Pony gets to anywhere between 28 - 42 inches.
Yes, but make sure its not too big for it and the person riding the pony is not too big for it.
the Chinese king had a pony tail too
A pony is any equid of the correct build/conformation up to 14.2 hands high.
A pony is anything under 14.2hh. 14.2hh is 145 cm tall at the withers
I would imagine that largely depends on how big the 17 year old is and how big the pony is. A tall heavy 17 year old would obviously be too big for a small pony. It would probably be best to ask advice from a reputable local riding stables.
They can be up to 14.2 hands.