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- Group created: July 2010
- Me, Myself, and I
- This group is for people who Highland Ponies On this page people can chat about their Highlands, complete polls, draw on the wall and much more. There is only one rule and that is that there will be no bullying, nasty things, or generally mean people saying things that are hurtfull
thank you - Moderater molly
Info about Highlands:
The Highland Pony is a native British pony, and is the largest of Britains 9 native breeds. Its pedigree dates back to the 1880s. It was once a workhorse in the Scottish mainland and islands, but today is used for trekking and general riding. The general height for an average Highland pony is between 13hh to 14.3hh.
For more info on showing and about the Highland pony check out our blog
if you would like to see your highland pony in the members highland ponies album then give us a comment with the picture attached saying the name of your highland and why you love them! or you can add the picture into the photo stream
The Highland Pony Society -
Highland Pony Enthusiasts Club -
North East Scotland Highland Pony Enthusiasts Society -
if you have anymore handy highland sites then please comment and i will add them above ^
0 Comments 157 weeks
hopefully these games will pass your time. ALWAYS BE AWARE WHEN YOU ARE ON DIFFERENT WEBSITES! DONT TRUST ANYONE!
1 Comment 157 weeks
Your Highland Pony
If you are showing your Highland pony here are some rules that you need to know!
1. There should be no pulling or plaiting or trimming of mane and tail, nor the feather on the legs.
2. Eye or other cosmetic make-up must not be applied under any circumstances.
3. Excessive hair under chin etc can be discreetly laid with a damp brush before going into the ring.
4. Hoofs should only be oiled
5. Ridden ponies for winter competitions or hunting may be clipped out, always giving due regard to the above preparation rules. Legs should not be clipped in these cases. No trimming permitted otherwise. It should also be accepted that these clipped ponies may be placed somewhat lower if shown in-hand in early spring show classes, depending on the in-hand judge's views.
please take in count that these rules may differ for different shows and to read the rules and expectations for the show you are going to!
0 Comments 158 weeks
copy and paste this and comment on this topic.2 Replies 158 weeks
1)whats you and your horses name?
2)what kind of things do you and your horse do?(for e.g hacking, jumping)
3)whos ur best mate?
4)whos ur horses best mate?
5) Tell me about u??
6)Tell me about your horse??
7)whats the highest uve ever jumped?
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