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Shetland pony One of the smallest types of light horse. Originating in the Shetland Islands, it has been introduced to most parts of the world. Used for draught or road work, it also makes an ideal child's mount. Height: typically 71cm (28in) at the shoulder; weight: 169kg (350lb).
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