polo pony


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polo pony

not a breed but a type of horse adapted for playing polo. The majority are Argentinian thoroughbreds, and well over 15 hands high. They have a typical wiry quality, like Australian Stock horses and American and Canadian Cutting horses.
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Dream, unlike the polo pony, was certainly not going to help.
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