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World Horse Appreciation Day
The design is intended to represent the Asturcon horse, a symbol of strength and fortitude. The ancient horse breed is native to the autonomous principality of Asturias, a Celtic Iberian Nation on the Northwest of Spain. Colours: light blue and yellow are intended to represent the victory cross and the flag of Asturias; red and yellow represents the Spanish national flag; dark blue lines signify the lakes, streams and the Cantabrian sea; black signifies the dark winter coat and mane on the pony; green represents the forest, prairies, meadows where it graces and white is for the fog and snow on the highlands of the Picos de Europa mountains where it roams free.