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  • How high can a shetland pony jump
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    02-07-2012, 09:47 PM
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How High Can She Go?

I am going to be showing my barns Shetland pony this year and I am super excited! =D We are going to be doing some show jumping as we just figured out the other day she can still jump after not jumping for almost two years. They say she really likes me too because she wouldn't do that ever with anyone else before. Right now I have her going over around 16 inch cross rails and even some mini 16 inch white fences. Let me just say she will go over ANYTHING you point her at as long as you don't look at it. That happened to me only three times when we were first jumping because I actually didn't know if she would jump or not. So anyways, for future references, about how high do you think a Shetland can go? She is about 42in or if my math is right 10hands. But, she is incredibly strong... and fat. We might call her Snooki for her show name. =)
     

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