Traditional Nickname in the Royal Navy & Royal Marines given to anyone with the surname MOORE after
George Washington "Pony" Moore (1820-1909)
'Pony' Moore ran the Magpie Music Hall (Battersea) and later formed the Moore and Burgess Minstrels (an offshoot of the Christy Minstrels and very famous in the mid-19th century) He was the father of 'Charlie' Mitchell - Heavyweight boxer and the greatest Barroom fighter of the 19th Century.
Pony Moore was a well known sporting character who allegedly always bet in "ponies" (betting slang for a sum of £25).
"Does Pony want anything from the NAAFI? He's on Dog Watch tonight so could probably do with a bit of Nutty"
by Lewey May 12, 2008
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Twenty five pounds. Usually used in london.
Cost me a pony
Yo, you got a pony
by Shadow hawk January 08, 2005
Cockney rhyming slang; "pony-and-trap" - crap
omg that clan were so damn pony
by Luggage April 10, 2003
a little horse
well its a horse...and its REALLY little.
by I am the Anti Big Horse February 17, 2004
cockney money slang 25 pounds sterling
cockney rhyming slang 'pony and trap' - crap.
I bought this for a pony but it was pony
by Omar Khayam Ravenhurst May 12, 2003
someone you can "ride" all night long
you're a pony
let's do it
ride my pony
my saddle's waiting...

-- ginuwine
by Silky Smooth April 29, 2004
A member of the equine family that measures up to 14.3hh. No taller. Anything above 14.3hh is classes as a hack, park hack etc.
Novice pony ring at an ODE etc,

"Daddy, I want another pony."
by horses_are_my_life May 11, 2007
Canadian slang for an Umbrella which only 'posh urbanites' tend to use.
It was raining, and I was afraid of my hair getting ruined, so I brought my pony to the party.
by J013rt1 May 21, 2013

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