The Pony of the Americas (POA) is a pony breed developed in the state of Iowa in
the United States. The foundation stallion was an Arabian/Appaloosa/Shetland ...
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POA coat patterns vary widely and, over time, some ponies get additional color.
One of the most common colorations is a blanket pattern, which is characterized ...
The Pony of the Americas is a distinctive breed of pony possessing the attractive
coloration of Appaloosa Horse. The POA is a rugged, athletic pony with the ...
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The Pony of the Americas emerged less than fifty years ago as the result of a
fortuitous accident. In 1954, Les Boomhower was a Shetland pony breeder and a
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The Pony of the Americas is an ideal riding horse for children due to its small
stature, athleticism, and gentle personality. For young equestrian riders, who are
PONY. OVERVIEW The Pony of the Americas is a popular and growing breed. It
was begun in 1954 to provide a pony with good appearance, speed and ...