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Pit Pony's were for a long time used in coal mines to pull laden carts. They never saw the light of day and worked as a replacement for women and children. Since mine shafts were small and had a low ceiling, it made sense to put smaller ponies into play here. At the height of Pit Pony usage in 1913 ...

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