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Ponyhenge, courtesy of Atlas Obscura

by SoaringRaven

No one really knows how these old hobby horses got here, but the herd keeps growing.

On a small slice of wide-open pasture in the town of Lincoln, Massachusetts, broken-down rocking horses, plastic ponies and other assorted horse toys have been holding court. As if by magic, ponies have been proliferating along this winding country road, resulting in the peculiar “Ponyhenge”.

The plastic and metal horses started arriving anonymously sometime in 2010, with the placement of a lone hobby horse along picturesque Old Sudbury Road, about 15 miles west of Boston. How and why the rusty little fellow appeared is a mystery, even to Lincolnites who’ve been around a while. One story has the first horse hanging around after a kids’ short-lived lemonade stand, another that he was left over from a Christmas display.

Published with permission from Atlas Obscura. Read the full article here:

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