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A small, strong, slender pony of a hardy breed, used as a riding pony or in harness.
- ‘The Welsh mountain pony may not exceed 12 hands in height.’
- ‘Classes include Highland cattle for the first time, and in the horse section, shires and heavy horses will be on parade before the judges, as well as Welsh mountain ponies.’
- ‘The Welsh mountain pony is a native breed of the United Kingdom, and is one of the most beautiful of the British native ponies.’
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