Approximately 11 to 14.2 hands high.
It has a thick dark mane, tail and lower legs. It is commonly brownish in color though other colors are not uncommon.
Some experience mild to radical color changes from one season to the next.
It can weigh around 400 up to 800 lbs.
It often has a small head with deep jowls.
Short hairy ears.
Small flint hard hoofs.
Low set tail.
Perhaps greatest attributes of the Newfoundland Pony are its good temperament, and ability to survive on relatively small amounts of most available grasses and foods. Also it can stand harsh winters in relative comfort mostly due to its thick winter coat.
The Newfoundland Pony has long been a proud part of Newfoundland culture and history.
Early settlers brought from the British Isles Exmoor, Dartmoor, New Forest, Galloway, Welsh, Connemara and the odd Highlands ponies. These ponies, for nearly three centuries, interbred until one common pony developed "The Newfoundland Pony".
The pony that emerged was perfectly suited for the rough Newfoundland environment.