"Pony" is the debut single of American singer Ginuwine, released as a single from his first LP Ginuwine...The Bachelor in 1996. Ginuwine co-wrote the song with Swing Mob associates Static Major and Timbaland; the latter is also the producer. The song's lyrics describe a blatant sexual come-on: "If you're horny, let's do it / Ride it; my pony. My saddle's waiting / Come and jump on it"
Timbaland's production was unique among R&B releases of the day: "Pony"'s instrumentation features a start-stop rhythm pattern similar to drum and bass music, a bassline and melody formed by vocoded vocal samples, and a cartoon slide whistle. Along with his concurrent work for Aaliyah's One in a Million LP, "Pony" and Ginuwine...the Bachelor marked the emergence of Timbaland as a successful R&B producer. The beat was also used for a remix of Jodeci's song "Freek'n You".
The official music video for the album version of the song was directed by Michael Lucero. The music video for the remix version of the song was directed by Christopher Erskin. The video depicts Ginuwine and his crew entering a Western bar as strangers and gradually gaining the favor of the craggly cowboy-patrons. The video was filmed at the Cowboy Palace saloon in Chatsworth, California. A video for the "Ride It" Mix was also released. The video is shot in a factory.