Someone put a Shetland Pony in a onesie, and of course it's the cutest thing you'll see today.

Someone put a Shetland Pony in a onesie, and of course it's the cutest thing you'll see today.
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'Tis the season for holiday cheer, but 'tis also the season for something even better: animals in warm-weather gear. Today, that specifically means this video released last week of a Shetland Pony named Daffy in a "foursie," which is an adorable item with a dumb name. A "onesie" isn't called a onesie because it has one leg, guys. A onesie is a onesie because it's one piece of fabric. Here, "foursie" is used to describe what is clearly a onesie for a four-legged animal. Not, as the name would imply, a four-piece outfit like a shirt and three-piece suit. THIS IS NOT A TINY HORSE IN A THREE-PIECE SUIT. But it is a pony named Daffy in a onesie.

Anyway, here's Daffy looking more fly than you ever will at an adult human holiday party:

The video is from a racetrack in the U.K. to promote their upcoming Christmas Racing Weekend on the 18th and 19th of December, because apparently some people don't think "Christmas at the racetrack" is the most depressing-sounding thing.

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