New Forest Ponies

Ponies have been a part of the New Forest for centuries. They are free to roam much of the area and are a common sight on heathland and in woodland.

Being so iconic, they grace many a New Forest landscape photograph. Here, however, they are depicted in their environment as worthy photographic subjects in their own right.

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New Forest Ponies in Mark Ash Wood in Autumn 
image ref 237 Pony in Tantany Wood 
image ref 354 Ponies at Dibden Bottom 
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Pony at Markway Hill 
image ref 360 Grazing Ponies at Park Hill 
image ref 369 Mare and Foal at Penny Moor 
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Ponies in Whitten Pond 
image ref 382 Pony Drinking from Blackwater 
image ref 385 Pony in the Snow at Vinney Ridge 
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Ponies near Oberwater 
image ref 390 Young Foals near Row Hill 
image ref 393 Foal in Ferny Knap Inclosure 
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