Breed Released: June 6, 2008 Found On: Grass
An old breed, the Highland Pony is believed to be descended from the northern European pony living in Northern Scotland and the Scottish Isles following the Ice Age. Over the centuries, Arabian, Clydesdale and Percheron blood were added to increase the size and conformation of the pony. A strong, surefooted, docile pony, the Highland is often used for forestry work as well as trail riding and driving. This breed ranges from 12.2-14.3hh.