Hackney - a cousin to the hackney
Hackney Pony - commonly found dead due to haucking lugies
New Forest Pony
Welsh Ponies - sec a , b , c , d , e
there are loads more than that! But it is pretty sad because they die do to the shitiest things ever like haucking lugies or triping over themselves
you will have to look it on Google
there are many different colors of a pony
they look different and are different breeds!!
FurReal pony costs from fifteen to two hundred dollars. The price is different for different FurReal pony designs and sizes. FurReal pony is a popular toy.
There is loads of different types of pony. if i went through them all i would be here all day. but the smallest one is called a fallabella and the biggest is called a clydesdale. and a horse that is over 14.hh is officially a horse but if under 14.hh it is then called a pony.
I assume you mean what different types of welsh ponies there are. There are 4 sections, the Section A (Welsh Mountain pony), Section B (Welsh Pony) Section C, (Welsh Pony of Cob Type) and Section D, (Welsh Cob.) Hope this helped!
Yes, there are many minigames on Club Pony Pals. They are in different places around the virtual town, but specific minigames are always in the same places. Types of games include maths (Add Like Mad, Subtraction Action, Multiplication Station), pony general knowledge (Pony Wordscramble, Label the Pony Parts), logic (Bad Apple) and typing (Pony Pal Derby).
Yes. Same pony, different names.
no. Pony and Horse are 2 different kinds of horses.
A horse and a Pony, are two different things. A pony is a look a like too a horse but smaller, but isn't a horse it's a Pony. A horse is a lot bigger and is a different but similar animal.
Four.Welsh Cob sec. AWelsh Cob sec. BWelsh Mountain Pony sec. AWelsh Mountain Pony sec. B.
Arabian Thorobred Quarter Horse Morgan Saddlebred Pinto/Paint Shetland Pony Welsh Pony Pony of the Americas Appaloosa Barb Lusitano Akhal-Teke Lipizzaner Don Hackney Stanardbred Fresian Mustang Shire Clydestale Cob Warmblood Halflinger
Different organizations and breeds use different measurements to classify a pony, however 14.2h is usually the cut-off point for a pony classification. 14.3hh is clased as a horse