Photo features Gus, Steteson's Sire (father) owned by the Behn Bros/GlenCoe.
Size: Clydesdales are one of the largest horse breeds in the world. They can grow up to up to 19 hands tall (6 feet+) and weigh over a ton (2,000 pounds). Their impressive size makes them an awe-inspiring sight to behold.
Strength: Clydesdales are incredibly strong and muscular horses. They were originally bred for farm work and pulling heavy loads, and their powerful physique makes them perfect for these tasks.
Temperament: Despite their size and strength, Clydesdales are known for their calm and gentle temperament. They are docile, easy to handle, and love attention from their owners. This makes them great family horses and ideal for beginners.
Appearance: Clydesdales have a distinctive and unique appearance that sets them apart from other breeds. They have long, flowing manes and tails, feathered feet, and a large, muscular build. Their striking appearance makes them a favorite in parades, shows, and other events.
History: Clydesdales have a rich history that dates back to the 18th century in Scotland. They were originally bred as draft horses to work on farms and pull heavy loads. Today, they are still used for these tasks, as well as for carriage rides, shows, and other events. Their history and heritage make them a beloved breed around the world.
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