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The Pindos (Greek αλογάκι της Πίνδου) is a pony native to the Pindus mountain range in Thessaly and Epirus, Greece.The Pindos is believed to be a descendant of the ancient Thessalian horse. It is used for riding, driving, and as a pack and draught animal. Its hooves are very strong and Pindos are rarely shod. The usual height for a Pindos is thirteen hands, and the typical coloring is black, bay, or brown.As of 2002, there were 464 breeding mares and 81 stallions.

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  • The Pindos (Greek αλογάκι της Πίνδου) is a pony native to the Pindus mountain range in Thessaly and Epirus, Greece.The Pindos is believed to be a descendant of the ancient Thessalian horse. It is used for riding, driving, and as a pack and draught animal. Its hooves are very strong and Pindos are rarely shod. The usual height for a Pindos is thirteen hands, and the typical coloring is black, bay, or brown.As of 2002, there were 464 breeding mares and 81 stallions.
  • The Pindos (Greek: αλογάκι της Πίνδου) is breed of pony or small horse native to the Pindus mountain range in Thessaly and Epirus in Greece. It is also present in mountainous parts of Thrace and Macedonia. There is a feral herd near , close to Lake Plastiras. The Pindos is hardy and frugal, with good stamina, and is used for riding, driving, and as a pack and draught animal for forestry and farming. The hooves are boxy and narrow but strong, so shoeing is not often needed. It is smaller and shorter than the , with an average height at the withers of about 132 cm.
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  • Pindos Pony
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  • The Pindos (Greek αλογάκι της Πίνδου) is a pony native to the Pindus mountain range in Thessaly and Epirus, Greece.The Pindos is believed to be a descendant of the ancient Thessalian horse. It is used for riding, driving, and as a pack and draught animal. Its hooves are very strong and Pindos are rarely shod. The usual height for a Pindos is thirteen hands, and the typical coloring is black, bay, or brown.As of 2002, there were 464 breeding mares and 81 stallions.
  • The Pindos (Greek: αλογάκι της Πίνδου) is breed of pony or small horse native to the Pindus mountain range in Thessaly and Epirus in Greece. It is also present in mountainous parts of Thrace and Macedonia. There is a feral herd near , close to Lake Plastiras. The Pindos is hardy and frugal, with good stamina, and is used for riding, driving, and as a pack and draught animal for forestry and farming. The hooves are boxy and narrow but strong, so shoeing is not often needed. It is smaller and shorter than the , with an average height at the withers of about 132 cm. In 2002 the recorded population consisted of 464 breeding mares and 81 stallions.
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  • Pindhosor Thessalonian
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  • average: 132 cm
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