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Fell is a breed of mountain and moorland pony originating in England. Originally bred on fell farms, it is primarily used for riding and driving. It is also quite adaptable to harsh climates due to its native environment. The physical characteristics of a Fell pony can vary greatly, allowing them to carry almost any size rider. It is well known for its hardiness, agility and sure footedness.
Fell ponies closely resemble their neighbor, the Dales pony, but it is smaller and more pony like in its build. Black, brown, grey and bay are accepted colors while chestnut, piebald and skewbald is not. This breed has an even tempered disposition and is noted for their agility and jumping ability.
Fell Ponies For Sale In Tennessee
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