The Timor pony is a rather short, stout breed of pony. They generally stand between 10 and 12 hands. The breed originated in Indonesia, although they were imported to Australia in the 19th century. Their import allowed for the breed to hav significant influence on the breeding and molding of Australian stock.
The Timor Pony was thought to have been used as a circus pony in the 1950's.
The Australian Pony Stud Book registry standards for the Timor pony can be found HERE.