Where did Choctaw ponies come from?

All horses in the Americas descended from the Iberian-type equines brought to the New World by the Spanish Conquistadors in the 1500s or other horses imported from Europe during the colonization of America.

Choctaw ponies are a breed developed by the Choctaw Native American Tribe, for which they were named. The Choctaw tribe originally inhabited Southeastern United States, in an area covering much of Mississippi, Louisiana, and Alabama.

So it could be said that the Choctaw ponies came from Eurpope and were developed in Mississippi, Louisiana, and Alabama.