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The Hackney pony is a breed of pony that very closely resembled the Hackney horse. They are so similar in fact, that the breed shares a stud book with them. Regardless of the similarities, true Hackney ponies should have pony characteristics and not simply be a smaller horse. This breed has a small head, a tail that is carried high and more exaggerated movements than the horse.
Hackney ponies are accepted in black, bay and chestnut with white markings on its legs and head due to the presence of the sabino gene. The temperament of a Hackney pony makes them superior show ponies; they are fearless, alert and quite active with high endurance. It is most commonly used in the show ring as a driver in harness.
Hackney Ponies For Sale In Georgia
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