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Australian Pony Golden Palomino Coat (left view)
Golden Palomino Coat (left view)
Australian Pony Bay Coat (normal view)
Bay Coat (normal view)

Australian Pony Brown Buckskin Coat (front view)
Brown Buckskin Coat (front view)
Australian Pony Bright Mahogany Bay Coat (right view)
Bright Mahogany Bay Coat (right view)

The Australian Pony is a pony breed originated in Australia from crossing various imported pony breeds.

The origins of the Australian Pony:
Ponies are not new to Australia. During the 19th, Timor ponies and ponies of various British breeds were imported and incorporated into daily life. In 1931, the Australian Pony Stud Book society was established to record and manage the breeding of the ponies.

Among the sections of the studbook was the section for Australian Ponies, which was intended for ponies that resulted from crossing different pony breeds. More specifically, these were crossings between Timor ponies and British pony breeds with Welsh Cobs, Hackneys, and small Arabians and Thoroughbreds that created the Australian Pony.

The Australian Pony today:
Originally, the Australian Pony's studbook was an open one, allowing Australian Ponies to be crossed with other British pony breeds. However, in 2005 the studbook was closed for crossbreeding.

Today, Australian Ponies serve as driving ponies, as well as children's mounts for jumping and eventing.

Australian Ponies have a short head with large eyes and large nostrils, small ears, a straight profile, a muscular neck of medium-to-long length, prominent withers, and rounded croup. The mane is short or medium in length, and the legs are clear from feathering.

Performance metrics:
The following are the: range, average, (SD), and MOE of performance metrics of ordered Australian Ponies in Horse Isle (not bred ones). In rare cases, horses might have metrics outside of the range. Breeders can produce horses that are beyond this range.

Speed: 13.5-15.4, 14.4 (0.5), 0.09.
Sprint: 40-57, 49 (4), 0.76.

Accel: 0.98-1.13, 1.05 (0.03), 0.01.
Decel: 0.86-0.99, 0.93 (0.03), 0.01.

Jump: 4.99-5.22, 5.11 (0.05), 0.01.
Pull: 1.17-1.92, 1.55 (0.18), 0.04.

Turning: 48.57-61.94, 54.38 (2.74), 0.54.
Reverse: 2.2-2.9, 2.6 (0.1), 0.03.

Stamina: 45.69-51.28, 48.25 (1.38), 0.27.
Reaction: 0.68-0.80, 0.75 (0.03), 0.01.

Coats & Height:
Colors: usually grey, but also bay, black, brown, chestnut, dun, cream-dilutes, and silver-dapple.

Additionals: flaxen, linebacked, rabicano, roan, sooty, all rare patterns. The coat is usually solid, but can sometimes be tobiano.

Height: 11hh to 14hh.
Australian Pony Black Coat
Black Coat
Australian Pony Sooty Coal Black Coat
Sooty Coal Black Coat
Australian Pony Sable Black Coat
Sable Black Coat
Australian Pony Chocolate Brown Coat
Chocolate Brown Coat
Australian Pony Bright Mahogany Bay Coat
Bright Mahogany Bay Coat
Australian Pony Liver Chestnut Coat
Liver Chestnut Coat
Australian Pony Red Chestnut Coat
Red Chestnut Coat
Australian Pony Chestnut Coat
Chestnut Coat
Australian Pony Flaxen Chestnut Coat
Flaxen Chestnut Coat
Australian Pony Bright Chestnut Coat
Bright Chestnut Coat
Australian Pony Bright Chocolate Chestnut Tobiano Coat
Bright Chocolate Chestnut Tobiano Coat
Australian Pony Smoky Black Coat
Smoky Black Coat
Australian Pony Brown Buckskin Coat
Brown Buckskin Coat
Australian Pony Golden Palomino Coat
Golden Palomino Coat
Australian Pony Copper Palomino Coat
Copper Palomino Coat
Australian Pony Bright Palomino Coat
Bright Palomino Coat
Australian Pony Dark Grey Coat
Dark Grey Coat
Australian Pony Grey Coat
Grey Coat
Australian Pony Sepia Brown Silver Coat
Sepia Brown Silver Coat
Australian Pony Brown Silver Coat
Brown Silver Coat
Australian Pony Dunskin Coat
Dunskin Coat

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