Hailing from the Shetland Isles, the Shetland Pony is a breed with a history that can be traced back thousands of years. This little pony has galloped all over the Shetland Isles and into the hearts of millions of people with it’s spunky and beloved personality. The Shetland Pony has become the first pony for many young horse lovers due to their small size and versatility. Golden Oak Stables brings you a Shetland Pony of your very own that can bring a big dose of fun in a small package to your stable!
Originally from the Shetland Islands of Northern Scotland, the Shetland Pony is a tiny breed with a ton of personality. Shetland Ponies are favorite mounts for young children all over the world because of their abilities throughout many disciplines. They are also favorite harness mount for both young and old alike! The smallest Shetland Ponies have even been found to be successful guide animals, talk about versatility!
Shetland Ponies typically stand between 2.5 and 3.5 feet at the shoulder and come in nearly every color of the horse rainbow! These little powerhouses stand out among other breeds of ponies because of their exceptional intelligence and great strength. Shetland Ponies have been known to pull twice their weight, something you’d expect from a draft horse not a pony!
Breyer brings a sweet grey Shetland Pony that will easily trot into your stables and hearts. This sweet girl has the kindest expression with her large eyes and dished face, two distinct characteristics of the Shetland breed! A lovely deep shaded grey, this Shetland Pony has dappling all throughout her coat in the most stunning of ways. A dark mane and tail are typical of her coloration and accent her in the most beautiful of ways. Four white socks are her final markings that sit just below her knees on each leg.
Showing both the beauty and versatility of the breed Breyer’s new Shetland Pony is sure to be a favorite of any and will light up your stable like no other. There’s no question as to why Shetland Ponies have been a favorite for thousands of years, now you can bring a little bit of the Shetland Islands to your stable!