Manipuri Pony

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The Manipuri pony is a breed of pony developed in India. It is an old breed and is thought to have developed from crosses between the Mongolian Wild Horse and the Arabian that were subsequently brought to India by invading Tartar tribes. The Manipuri pony was originally bred for polo and military usage, and today is bred mainly for playing polo and racing, although it is also in demand for military transport use.

Breed Characteristics

Manipuri ponies have a light head with a straight profile, set on a well formed neck, somewhat pronounced withers, a deep chest and sloping shoulders. The croup is sloping, the legs sturdy and the hooves well-proportioned. The breed's overall appearance is elegant, an inheritance from their Arabian ancestors. Manipuri ponies generally stands high They are generally bay in color, but are also seen in piebald, gray and chestnut. The Manipuri pony resembles, and is distantly related to, the Burmese Pony and the Indonesian Batak and Sumba ponies.


The Manipuri pony is thought to have been derived from ancient stock, as a cross between the Mongolian Wild Horse...
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