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Yonaguni Horses (Yonaguni uma) are native to southwest Japan, specifically Yonaguni Island. In 1939, when all local breeds began to be improved to produce larger war horses, the Yonaguni on their remote island were excluded from the plan, and the breed has been preserved. Still, due to the mechanization of agriculture, their number progressively decreased. Today, fewer than 200 are known to live in Japan. 

Yonaguni Horses  are small and considered to be pony height typically 11 hands (44 inches, 112 cm). 

Source: Japanese Horse Breeds ( www.lingualift.com/blog/japanese-horse-breeds/ ).


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