Definition of Indian pony
1. Noun. A small native range horse.
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Indian Pony
Literary usage of Indian pony
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1. Early Indiana Trials and Sketches: Reminiscences by Oliver Hampton Smith (1858)
"McKinney on " McKinney Eoan," cost 845; David Wallace on " Ball," cost §40 ; Amos Lane on " Big Sorrel," cost 860; Judge Eggleston on " indian pony," cost ..."
2. The Horse by Isaac Phillips Roberts (1917)
"THE indian pony ' The indian pony is an offshoot of the mustang. As the mustang drifted northward, he found a colder climate and, if not a more exacting, ..."
3. Among the People of British Columbia: Red, White, Yellow, and Brown by Frances Elizabeth Herring (1903)
"... X "BUCKSKIN," AN indian pony—EXCURSIONS THROUGH THE FORESTS—ENGLISH BAY, VANCOUVER—PORT MOODY—ACCIDENT ON THE ICE AT BURNABY LAKE—A SAILOR'S BRIDE. ..."