For those who like such stuff, the rider bears the Lambton arms - possibly those of Sir John of Lambton Worm fame.
EDIT: See Schilling's Berne Chronicle for details of a similar but 15th century cart
The wagon behind is also Donnington and again the cargo which comes with it is separate, allowing a variety of loads.
The tent is from Baueda.
The pony and camels are pretty small compared to other companies' - not necessarily unrealistically sized but small enough to not mix well. The humans would mix pretty well with Essex and similar sized figures.
I ordered some of their horses since a number of DBMM armies have pony herds for their baggage elements. There aren't many suitable horses lacking tack so I jumped at these. I was pleased with them though I'd still buy some shaggy steppe ponies if I could get them.
EDIT: Thanks to Geoff on TMP; another source of ponies are QRF's 'Yellow Ribbon' range. Some have a halter but no saddles or blankets.