Heather M. O'Connor

Heather M. O'Connor

www.merlinwrites.com
Ontario, Canada / Freelancer & author of a YA historical fantasy. The plot and characters introduced themselves during a neighbourhood walk. We’ve since become fast friends.
Heather M. O'Connor
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Ojibwe horses - http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/thunder-bay/rare-horse-population-preserved-1.3457529

Ojibwe horses - http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/thunder-bay/rare-horse-population-preserved-1.3457529

Wild horses in Red Lake, MN - Ojibwe Nation

Wild horses in Red Lake, MN - Ojibwe Nation

Ojibwe pony

Rhonda Snow was been recognized for her work preserving the Ojibwe pony or Lac la Croix. It's a wild horse that used to be plentiful in northwestern Ontario, but whose numbers have dropped considerably.

Ojibwe horses - http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/thunder-bay/rare-horse-population-preserved-1.3457529

Ojibwe horses - http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/thunder-bay/rare-horse-population-preserved-1.3457529

PONTIAC  Dun Gelding - 12.3 hh Foaled - April 13, 2000

PONTIAC Dun Gelding - 12.3 hh Foaled - April 13, 2000

'Biminajikawa':Lac La Croix Indian Pony stallion

'Biminajikawa':Lac La Croix Indian Pony stallion

Akiwiki [return to ones home land]

Akiwiki [return to ones home land]

Lac La Croix Indian Pony is a breed of horse that was developed in the 1800s in Canada by the Crow Indians who lived near Lac La Croix in the province of Ontario.They are energetic but manageable and friendly. The horses have also proven to be highly intelligent and trainable with great willingness to work. Ponies are suitable both as a riding and driving horses . The breed is also inexpensive to operate and survive on meager grazing and low feed.

Lac La Croix Indian Pony is a breed of horse that was developed in the 1800s in Canada by the Crow Indians who lived near Lac La Croix in the province of Ontario.They are energetic but manageable and friendly. The horses have also proven to be highly intelligent and trainable with great willingness to work. Ponies are suitable both as a riding and driving horses . The breed is also inexpensive to operate and survive on meager grazing and low feed.