Cara Hix, Okirani Zubiate, Drew Bower
Two basic ponies: the Garron and the smaller pony. The Garron was bred for increased size in the 19th century to be used for hauling timber in the forest. It stands between 13.2 and 14.2 hands. The head is carried high with eyes set apart and relatively close to the muzzle; the ears are short and the neck is arched with a long mane.