|Other names||Pindhosor Thessalonian|
|Country of origin||Greece|
|Distinguishing features||Long head and limbs, light frame|
The Pindos is believed to be a descendant of the ancient Thessalian horse. It is used for riding, driving, and as a pack and draught animal. Its hooves are very strong and Pindos are rarely shod. The usual height for a Pindos is thirteen hands, and the typical coloring is black, bay, or brown.
- Springate, Lynda (1997). "Twenty-five: Principal Pony Breeds of the World". The Encyclopedia of the Horse. New York: Crescent Books. pp. 205, s.v. "Pindos Pony". ISBN 0-517-18461-3.
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