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Inspiration to create the WILD PONY COLLECTION came from our recent trip to Assateague Island during the annual wild pony round-up.
Wild ponies have inhabited the island for over 400 years. Evidence strongly suggests that the ponies are the descendants of the survivors of a Spanish galleon which wrecked off the coast of Assateague. The Chincoteague Pony, as they are now called, became an official registered breed in 1994. Stocky, with short legs, thick manes and large round bellies, they stand an average height of 12 to 13 hands (any horse that stands less than 14 hands is considered a pony).
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