A pony is a small horse (Equus ferus caballus). Depending on context, a pony
may be a horse that is under an approximate or exact height at the withers, or a
small horse with a specific conformation...
Jun 21, 2013 ... Ponies and horses are both equines. In general, a horse is an equine that stands
about 14.2 hands high or more and a pony is an equine that ...
Feb 26, 2016 ... The biggest difference between a horse and a pony is the size. Equine animals
are measured from their withers down to the ground. Horses ...
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Jun 21, 2015 ... What's the difference between a horse, a pony, and a miniature horse? Well
today I explain. Thanks so much for watching and feel free to leave ...
May 19, 2011 ... Pony vs Horse It is very easy to distinguish a pony from a horse. A horse is easily
distinguished from the pony mainly by height. The ponies are ...
Apr 1, 2016 ... Generally speaking, the difference between a horse and a pony comes down to
height: a horse is usually at least 14.2 hands (4 ft 10 in, 147 ...
To elaborate on Chris's answer... COLT A young male horse that has not been
gelded (neutered).For Thoroughbred, a colt is under four years of age, in most ot..
Exactly when is a horse considered a horse and not a pony – and vice versa?
There are many people confused about the two, and rightly so. Pat Comerford is
I understand minis are horses and ponies are ponies, but what is the real
difference? What makes a shetland different than a mini horse?
The primary distinguishing factor of a horse from a pony is the animal's height. ...
The difference between horses and pony can be a bit more complicated, ...