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rnrnThe Pony of thernAmericas originated in Iowa, US. They are all related to one horse named thernBlack Hand. They were development by breeding an Appaloosa Arab horse with arnShetland. Black Hand was the horse of an attorney named was Les Boomhower. Lesrngave the horse the name for the markings situated on their quarters. Today theyrncan be found in Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, Wisconsin,rnIllinois, and other Midwestern states.

rnrnPonies of the Americasrnare very smart horses with a calm and giving temperament. They are gentle andrncan be trusted to travel on their own when needed.

rnrnThey can stand up to thirteenrnhands tall, with the vast majority of them coming in just under eleven orrntwelve hands. They have a refined head, concave profile, and what is noted asrnan elegant head. They also have sloping shoulders and very muscular quarters asrnwell. Their coats can be of all colors and shades, but they are always bred tornbe spotted.rnrn

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