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Most ponies look just like horses, just a little smaller.

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Like miniature horses.They look pretty much the same as horses, except half the size.


A pony cannot be classified as a horse - they're two distinct things. Ponies are supposed to be below 14.2 hands, and while there are many horses who fall below this mark, they're still classified as horses and not ponies. In addition to height, if you look at ponies as compared to horses, they tend to be thicker - especially in the head and barrel. There are very distinctive conformation traits present in ponies.


Highland ponies look like small draft horses. They are heavy boned with thick necks and short legs and backs. They come in a variety of colors including gray, sorrel, black, and white.


There just small horses. Think of a person and then a midget. The person is the horse, and the midget is the miniature pony.


"Baby horses" are NOT called ponies. They are called foals, a colt if its a male foal, and a filly if its a female foal.Ponies are horses that are under 14.2 hands, but again, are not 'baby horses'.Bottom line, Ponies are not foals, nor will they ever be, there is a big difference between the two. If you do not believe me, look it up. Anyone that knows anything about horses should know this.


Mustangs can have many body types and shapes depending on what their ancestry is. Some look like Thoroughbreds or Quarter horses, while some look like Iberian horses, ponies, draft horses and everything inbetween. They come in all horse colors and generally have large feet.Mustangs vary in their appearance, they may look like Thoroughbreds, Quarter horses, Arabians, Iberian horses, draft horses or anything inbetween. As a general rule they will have a 'coarse' look about them and large hooves.Mustangs vary in their appearance, they may look like Thoroughbreds, Quarter horses, Arabians, Iberian horses, draft horses or anything inbetween. As a general rule they will have a 'coarse' look about them and large hooves.


If it is small, it is a pony. However, draft horses look much like ponies, but are a whole lot bigger.


Horses and ponies may look the same, but there is a difference that few barely pay attention to; size. Horses are measured in hands, 4 inches per hand. A pony is 14.2 hands and under. A horse is 14.3 hands and taller.


They're actually called miniature horses. I own some. Mini horses actually look like tiny horses, like little Thoroughbreds. They're really lean with thin legs and elegant heads. Ponies are stocky and sturdy with short legs and short necks.


the reason horses look the way they do is because of their ansestory


no, they have diffrent conformation that's why they are called miniature HORSES I read your question and i got kind of confused. Do you mean horses? Well, if you do, then horses and ponies may look the same, but there is a small difference that no one barely pays attention too. And that is size. Horses are measured in hands, 4 inches per hand. A pony is 14.2 hands and under. A horse is 14.3 hands and taller.


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. Look up Minature Ponies on the Internet for more information, Winnie the Horse Gentler


The important distinction of the "horse" that is from 13.3-14 hands high at the withers is actually a category of pony.The height divisions for show poinies are as follows:12.2 and under: small pony12.2 - 13.2: medium pony13.3 - 14: large ponyAnd remember, a pony cannot be classified as a horse - they're two distinct things. Ponies are supposed to be below 14.2 hands, and while there are many horses who fall below this mark, they're still classified as horses and not ponies. In addition to height, if you look at ponies as compared to horses, they tend to be thicker - especially in the head and barrel. There are very distinctive conformation traits present in ponies.


An adult man of 5'6'' would be considered on the tall side. Look at the Mongolian ponies. Small steppe horses.


they look like normal horses, but sometimes with a desiese and sometimes very woonded, and not as clean, as normal horses.


Like regular horses, just more happy. From far away they could look like cows.



There are tons of horse breeds and crossbreeds. Here a a few types: Arabians, Morgans, Tennessee Walking Horses, Saddlebreds, Quarter Horses, Friesians, Percherons, Mustangs, Clydesdales, Shires, Welsh Mountain Ponies, Shetland Ponies, American Shetland Ponies, Appaloosas, Akhal - Teke, and many more. If you're still going to need more breeds look at horse breeds on wikipedia.org.


A draft horse is a category of equines that were bred for heavy work, plowing feilds, hauling logs, and pulling heavy loads through the streets. They are often very tall, very strong, and known for being very gentle. They are bigger-boned than normal riding horses. They look alot like ponies, just a great deal bigger.


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they look like regular ponies, shorter mane, longer forelock, yet they appear slightly bloated, or fat, because they eat the salty sea grass and drink much more water than other species.


Arbain horses are hard to describe--go to www.photobucket.com and type in Arabian horses.


Yes, but they aren't the right scale. You can sit your doll on the horse, but they look a lot more like ponies. This is because they're about the same height as the dolls, which are supposed to be about 10 years old,and in some shoes may be a little taller then the horses.



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