Schleich - Fell pony stallion
Fell pony stallion
Fell Ponies are robust small horses from England, frequently used as children’s horses because of their pleasant nature.
- Binomial name: Equus ferus
- Primary Habitat: Domesticated
Fell Ponies got their name from the Fells in England, which is a mountainous region in the Lake District area in the North of England.
The Fell Pony is a robust small horse breed from the Lake District area in the north of England also known as fells. It has the typical characteristics of English ponies, such as torsoish bodies on relatively short legs. They are characterized by their long and abundant mane. Fell Ponies are mainly used as leisure ponies and are especially suitable for children to ride. They are pleasant and very well-tempered.