These ponies, which stand between 12.1 and 13.1 hands
high, come in the colors of dun,
piebald only. The Hu'ul originated
from the Carpathian mountains in Poland and is the prime example of a working pony. It is traditionally
used under harness and as a pack horse for trips over difficult mountain tracks. These horses
are built perfectly for their trade with a short, compact body, strong hard legs, and sound hooves.
The Hu'ul is a hardy, sensible, and docile breed and can be trusted with almost any difficult
work, throwing their all into everything.
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