Learn specific details about the wild Chincoteague Ponies on Assateague Island with Chincoteague Pony Identification Cards. Take these 75 cards with you when you visit the island to identify the ponies in person. Each card features photos of both sides of the pony for identification purposes as well as the pony's name, gender, birth year, and a brief description. Get to know Noah's Shadow, the mare purchased for a Make-A-Wish child named Noah; or ET, the mare named for the marking on her side that looks like the finger of a famous extraterrestrial; or Miracle Man, the orphan colt who was saved and grew up to become a herd sire. Complete with a legend of key pony terms, these collectible and informative cards are a great, and fun, resource for Chincoteague pony enthusiasts of all ages. And look for cards for the rest of the herd soon! All ages.
Lois Szymanski is the author of 23 books and has researched Chincoteague Ponies for more than 28 years. She lives in Westminster, Maryland, with her husband Dan; their shelty, Ryley; and a cat named K.C. Linda Kantjas is a painter and photographer specializing in animal and pet portraits.

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