The National Chincoteague Pony Association
- Children & Youth
- Education & Literacy
Location2595 Jensen RoadBellingham, WA 98226 United States
Our non-profit organization was set up under the Government Agriculture 503 (C) to improve and promote the breeding of the Chincoteague Pony. The ponies were ship wrecked in the 1600 when a Spanish Ship sank off the coast of Virginia and Maryland. Today, a pure and unique breed has bred into the now known, Chincoteague Pony.
We are the oldest Chincoteague Pony Registry. We obtained 3 of the ponies when we lived on the East Coast and have brought them out to the state of Washington. We have been breeding them and selling them to cover the cost of promoting these ponies in schools, 4-H groups and Universities (AG) and other. We have been registering the ponies,and also offering memberships into the National Chincoteague Pony Association.