The Canadian Rustic Pony is a breed of pony that originated in Canada, particularly Saskatchewan and Manitoba. The pony is the result of a crossing between the Heck horse and Welsh pony-Arabian horse crosses.
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... These ponies stand between 12.2 and 13.2 hands (50 and 54 inches, 127 and 137 cm) high ... They can be gray, buckskin, dun or bay, have primitive markings such as dorsal stripes and zebra stripes, and have partially raised manes ...
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