Connemara

breed of pony native to the Connemara area of Ireland, used as general riding ponies for adults and children and as jumpers and show ponies. Docile, ...
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Connemara

Connemara (konumär'u) , wild, mountainous region, Co. Galway, W Republic of Ireland, lying between the Atlantic Ocean and Loughs Corrib and Mask. Many mountains, lakes, streams, and glens help make it a well-known vacation area. Most of the villages are found along the coast; Clifden is the...
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Connemara

region of County Galway, western Ireland. It lies west of Galway city and Loughs (Lakes) Corrib and Mask. Referred to as a `savage beauty` by Irish ...
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Connemara

The Connemara is an old breed of Irish pony native to the Connaught region or Ireland and a descendant of the Celtic pony. The Connemara stands 14 hands high, is placid and good natured and usually grey, bay, brown or dun in colour though occasionally chestnut and roan colours occur. They are good jumping ponies, and with their gentle nature are us...
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