Join Date: Jul 2008
Location: British Columbia, Canada
The Kerry Bog pony is a critically endangered, rare breed that I will probably never see in my lifetime. But I am totally fascinated by them; they have an interesting ability to move easily over boggy and marshy ground because of their low body mass. Theres only around 150 registered Kerry Bog ponies in the world.
I have ALWAYS wanted to meet a Newfoundland Pony; I am so inthralled by them, they remind me of miniature Canadian horses, which are one of my favourite breeds. They are also a very rare breed, with just over 300 horses registered and they extremely tough and hardy for their demure size.
The Spanish Jennet horses are also quite interesting, being a very ancient breed that has offered it's aristocratic bearing, appealing colour, special gaits, and athleticism to many breeds, the Paso Fino and Peruvian Paso being some of them.