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Highland pony

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Definition of Highland pony in English:

noun

A large sturdy pony of a breed with a long mane and tail, originally from Scotland.
Example sentences
  • I was very fortunate to be introduced to Mr Willie Allan, renowned breeder of Highland ponies.
  • A Highland pony could carry the average six foot man easily, but he would still look long legged on him even allowing for these ponies' generous girths.

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