- Connemara pony, from County Galway in western Ireland.
- Highland pony, from Scotland. Larger, mainland types known as the Garron.
- Dales pony, from the eastern Pennines of northern England.
- Fell pony, from Cumbria in north-western England.
- New Forest pony, from the New Forest in Hampshire on the south coast of England.
- Welsh pony (Section C) and Welsh Cob (Section D), from Wales.
- Galloway pony, from Scotland and northern England. Extinct: perhaps absorbed into the Highland and Fell.
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