Exmoor Ponies

The Exmoor pony is a horse breed native to the British Isles, where some still roam as semi-feral livestock on Exmoor, a large area of moorland in Devon and Somerset in southwest England. The Exmoor has been given “endangered” status by the Rare Breeds Survival Trust, and “threatened” status by The Livestock Conservancy. It is one of the British Isles’ mountain and moorland pony breeds, having conformation similar to that of other cold-weather-adapted pony breeds. The Exmoor pony is hardy and used for a variety of equestrian activities. In its free-roaming state, the breed’s presence on Exmoor contributes to the conservation and management of several natural pasture habitats.

When the version 4.0 Horse update came out on September 9, 2013 these exciting new coats were hidden in new starters. The Black Exmoor Pony, Blue Exmoor Pony, Brown Exmoor Pony, Gold Exmoor Pony, Red Exmoor Pony and Tan Exmoor Pony are one set of many exciting possible Non-Starter coats that can come from breeding “Starter Horses”.
You can have a chance at one of these exciting Non-Starter coated Exmoor Pony by breeding any horse with a starter horse or by breeding together two starter horses.
These coats CAN be passed on.

From August 5, 2014 until September 5, 2014 you could breed any color Spotted Amaretto and any color Exmoor Pony together for the chance at the Spotted Exmoor Twist Coat. The Spotted Exmoor Coat DOES have the ability to pass. The Back to School Eye DOES have the ability to pass.

Another Exmoor coat is the Albino Exmoor. From breeding any two full siblings, you could get an Albino Exmoor, as long as at least one of the siblings was an Exmoor.The Albino Exmoor Pony coat does NOT pass. However, breeding an Albino Exmoor Pony with it’s sibling does slightly increase your chance for another Albino or Albino Exmoor Pony .

I hope you enjoy breeding these adorable Exmoor Coats.


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