This pencil drawing, drawn by Tim Forhan, is of 2 Fjord Ponies, thus the name of his drawing. Although at one time, baby horses (or foals) and ponies were one in the same, but now they are distinguished as having a different meaning. A pony is a full-grown horse but much smaller than your typical horse. Because of their size and juvenille charcteristics (usually in their heads and eyes), many people confuse them with foals. A Fjord is a specific kind of breed which may, sometimes, have pony characteristics or be pony-sized but they are still classified as ‘horses’ by their registery, generally speaking. Whether you refer to these adult horses as horses, or ponies, they are still beautiful creatures and Tim has shown this in this pencil drawing.