Friday, February 17, 2012

Rocky Mountain pony

here is a picture of a rocky mountain pony. Rocky mountain ponies stand about 14 hands. high As most American native breeds are based on old Iberian stock. Spanish and Barb characteristics frequently come to the fore in one way or the other, and this is the case with the rocky mountain pony,  which has inherited the comfortable Iberian lateral gait known as the amble.

2 comments:

Preacher K said...

This is a beautiful horse. Why do they call it a pony? It sure looks big enough to be a horse...

Love, Mom

Becca said...

i do not know why they call them ponies.

Joanna