Sorry I haven't replied in a while - I was on vacation.
lol it looks like that jump is like 2 foot and the pony is like 12 hh not 14.
Those are 6 foot standards, so if that's throwing you off sorry... And he is most certainly not 12hh, he is just so amazingly built, he looks like a little package :P. But when you stand up next to him, he is actually bigger than he seems.
Wow! He's amazing! See alot of people told me there was no way my horse could jump higher than 3ft becuase she was short (14.3hh) but no way! This horse is the poster child! lol Do you show him?
Obviously the person who told you that hadn't seen Teddy O'Connor, who was a much better poster child (14.2ish, and competed upper level eventing, including several top-place finishes at the Rolex). My sister also saw a 13 hh Stallion win a Grand Prix a few years ago. Ponies can do amazing things. At the moment I show Brutus 2'9" but my goal for him is Junior Amateur Jumpers (3'9") before I even consider selling him (unlikely).