Elfin size - 1:9 scale- 7" at withers Overall dimensions: 9.5" tall x 11" long - nose to tail
Hollow cast with stainless steel wire reinforcement
Released May 2015 No longer produced
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Fore Dee Too is a versatile QH. One could say that he is the answer to everything.
The Pony Horse
Ponying is the practice of leading one horse while riding another. It is used as a method to exercise horses too young to be ridden, a way to provide light work to injured horses or those recovering from illness or surgery. It also is a useful method by which a single individual can condition more than one horse at a time. Horses can also be ponied with riders on both horses, a practice commonly seen at racetracks, where the pony rider assists in controlling the other, usually younger and more fractious horse.
Most ponying is done from a western saddle to give the pony rider more security and to allow the rider to "dally" or wrap the lead rope around the saddle horn if needed to maintain control of the ponied horse. The pony horse must have a calm and steady disposition. Geldings are often preferred mounts due to their more reliable disposition, particularly for ponying stallions.