Black ceramic pony is a unique small handcrafted ceramic pony in a shiny metallic black glaze with 22ct gold leaf mane and tail
Highland Queen is an oil painting of a highland pony mare in her native Scottish landscape. The reference image was provided with permission by Ruth Chamberlain and she provides the following information on the breed 'The Highland pony was developed in the Highlands of Scotland. They descend from the Western Isles pony (just like the Eriskay) and had other breed introduced during their development to produce a large strong pony that could work the land and carry people etc. One famous job of theirs is carrying red deer carcasses off the hills'
On the high moor is an oil painting of a grey Dartmoor hill pony grazing on Dartmoor near Haytor rocks. This pony is typical of the semi wild hill ponies that have been gazing here for thousands of years. This is not a pedigree Dartmoor pony which are brown or bay with no white markings but still a native moorland pony. The Dartmoor pony stud book was only created about 100 years ago. I visit this part of Devon often as I grew up close by.