It depends on the breeding of the miniature pony. Some look more like Shetland ponies, and some look like down-sized Arabians.
Miniature ponies can be great lawn-mowers, family pets, show champions, led ponies and ridden ponies for small children.
Miniature ponies are generally good-natured, but some tend not to be broken in properlly. and can be timid.
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The miniature breed of horse is called a "Miniature Horse" but some other very small breeds of horse/pony include "Shetland Pony" and "Fallabella"
miniature or pony Another Answer definitrly a miniature horse or a pony
It depends on what sort of pony it is... e.g a cart pony, a jumping pony, a young pony, an old pony etc. At the moment we are possibly buying a miniature pony for $550. That is a good price for a young miniature (well, I think so)! So in the end it really depends on what you are looking for.
The Height of a miniature pony ussually ranges from about 50cm to 90cm. I have a miniature pony that 76cm high so i just depends.
I saw a miniature pony!
Wrong again. It is a horse. Go to the website for the Falabella. It says it is a miniature HORSE, not a miniature pony.
The maximum height of a Miniature Shetland Pony is 11 hands in the UK, and 11.2 hands in the US
The difference is breed registry, A shetland pony is one breed, a miniature horse is another. http://www.americanshetlandpony.com/ http://www.mamhc1.com/
A pony, no matter how small is still a pony. There are a few breeds of pony that are particularly small, these include the Shetland pony, Fallabella miniature horse, and the American miniature horse. Remember, pony is a height designation for any equine under 14.2 hands high.
How fast a horse, pony, or miniature eats depends completely on the individual. A paint horse will, of course, eat MORE than a miniature because it is bigger.
No, mules are unable to breed, no matter what gender.
pony or miniature horse
You can tell if your pony is getting large or if she starts to be more protective of her area.
The Falabella is a miniature horse.
A miniatuurpaard is a miniature horse .. like a pony or those drarf horses. Miniatuur = miniature Paard = horse. :)
No it is not a pony it is a breed of miniature horse. It is bred from Shetland ponys, Welsh Ponys and small Thoroughbreds.
The smallest breed of horse is a Miniature pony and the name of the smallest pony is called Einstein
Yes, well it is a pony not a miniature pony just a pony Theres a difference your welcome , sincerly Mikaylee boutin
I was riding my bike along the road one day and a saw a miniature Shetland pony.
It is a pony and it was in the 1800's
Well a dwarf horse is like a shetland pony or a regular pony not very big but u can still ride the pony not shetland pony Shetland ponies and ponies in general are not Dwarfs! Dwarfs display certain characteristics that are not present in ponies. A miniature horse (A type of pony really) can give birth to dwarfs due to the high level of inbreeding and genetics.
a_pony_is_14.2_hands_and_under_and_a_horse_is_any_thing_over_that">a pony is 14.2 hands and under and a horse is any thing over thatUNLESS, it is a miniature horse. Miniature horses look exactly like full size horses, just smaller. Miniature size A horse is 34 inches or under measured at the last hair of the mane. Miniature Size B is 34 to 38 inches at the last hair of the mane.
There just small horses. Think of a person and then a midget. The person is the horse, and the midget is the miniature pony.
It depends on the breed of the ponies is it a halflinger or a smaller pony some can be 14 hands high or just three
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