garron

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garron

(ˈɡærən)
n
a small sturdy pony bred and used chiefly in Scotland and Ireland
[C16: from Gaelic gearran]
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References in classic literature ?
I niver knew how I liked the gray garron till I was shut av him an' Asia." - "Dhrumshticks" was the nickname of the Colonel commanding Mulvaney's old regiment.
It also suggested that the traditional Highlands method of extracting carcasses using High;and ponies known as garrons could be reinstated.
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