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Adam Burton

A wild pony and foal graze on Dartmoor. Numbering 1,500 individuals, today's semi-wild ponies are a mixture of breeds, though herds of the 'pedigree' Dartmoor pony – a sturdy, large animal built to thrive on the sometimes harsh conditions on the moor – still roam.

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