Fell ponies are a rare breed originating from Cumbria in England. Being extremely strong & intelligent they are suitable for driving, dressage, jumping and both adults and children can ride them. I used to own one & jumped 3 feet on him no problem. Photo: Greenbeck Fell Pony Stud

Fell ponies are a rare breed originating from Cumbria in England. Being extremely strong & intelligent they are suitable for driving, dressage, jumping Photo: Greenbeck Fell Pony Stud

Fell pony, endangered horse breed, United Kingdom. (breed at risk, Rare Breeds Survival Trust, U.K.) Wikipedia.

Lake District - A wild Fell pony on the fells, native to North West England

Fell pony. They look like small Fresians to me. If ever I own an equine again, it will have to be either a Fell Pony or a Welsh Cob and be well trained to drive.

They look like small Fresians to me. If ever I own an equine again, it will have to be either a Fell Pony or a Welsh Cob and be well trained to drive.

Fell Pony.   Originating from Cumbria in the North of England, the Fell Pony is a close relative of the Dales Pony and makes a good friding and driving pony. It has pony-like features with a pretty head and is noted for its agility and sure-footedness.

Originating from Cumbria in the North of England, the Fell Pony is a close relative of the Dales Pony and makes a good riding and driving pony. It has pony-like features with a pretty head and is noted for its agility and sure-footedness.

dailymail:  Queen Elizabeth took a ride on her favourite pony, homebred Fell pony mare, Carltonlima Emma, during an outing in Windsor Great Park, June 1, 2015

The Queen rides out in Windsor Great Park

Old faithful: The Queen rode her favourite pony, homebred Fell pony mare, Carltonlima Emma, in Great Windsor Park June

Active: Her Majesty, who is approaching her 89th birthday, was spotted riding her faithful black Fell pony, Carltonlima Emma 13 Apr 2015

The Queen rides out on her favourite Fell pony again

As Queen Elizabeth II celebrates her birthday, we take a look back at her life. Still in the saddle at age Queen Elizabeth II was out riding last week with her head groom Terry Pendry and Lord Vestey at Windsor Castle

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