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pony

an equine animal of about 14 hands high. Breed definitions vary from 14 to 14.2 hands. The term is also used regardless of height, e.g. polo pony. The only safe procedure when writing a certicate for a pony, e.g. for sale, is to state the animal's actual height, preferably in cm.

pony hypertriglyceridemia
see equine hyperlipemia.
pit pony
see pit pony.
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I loved the quad biking - I used to call it pony-trekking for lads.
History, scenery, fishing, water sports, walking or pony-trekking - whatever your fancy, Wales has them all.
Since Lady Jean and husband Sir Tommy bought over the 1,250-acre Biallaid Estate at Newtonmore last year, Yolande and husband Jim have been at war with them over their pony-trekking school.
You can hire mountain bikes, go pony-trekking, join a guided walkingtour, take a lake cruise or chug round the beautiful western lakes on England's oldest narrow-gauge railway, the Ravenglass and Eskdale.
Scotland is perfectly suited to adventure holidays, whether it's pony-trekking on Skye, indulging in a spot of falconry at Gleneagles or hillwalking in Glencoe.
Rachel Gregson, 16, was pony-trekking in a remote area when she was thrown by her horse, kicked and knocked unconscious.