Published in 2006 and a best seller on the Internet, The Chincoteague Ponies On The Assateague Island
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is a book for all ages.
64 pages Charcoal drawings of the famous Chincoteague Ponies doing their thing on the Assateague Island.
The History of these famous ponies is a ship wreck in the 1600 and only a few Spanish Horses swam to shore.
They have bred down over the centuries by eating weeds and drinking salt water.
Today, they are 14 HH and very loveable kids ponies.
Written by Gale Park Frederick
Founder of The National Chincoteague Pony Association, the first in the world to recognize these ponies
as a pure breed and founded the first Chincoteague Pony Registry in 1988.
Libraries and school librairies have this book for their students. It follows Misty Of Chincoteague by M. Henry.