Can you cross a Gypsy horse with a Clydesdale horse?
You can cross breed just about any breed of horses. I would always recommend checking with a vet just to make sure. It also depends on which breed is going to be the stallion. For instance, although Gypsy Vanners and Clydesdales are both considered draft horses, Clydesdales can be HUGE (17 hands and above) whereas most Gypsies are 14 and 15 hands. If the stallion is the Clydesdale, that could create a pretty big foal for a Gypsy mare to carry. Always double check with a vet first.
Tinker and Gypsy horses share lineages with Clydesdales, shires, Dales, fell and several other breeds.
many breeds of horse and pony's have feathered legs. friesians, Shires, Clydesdale, Fells, Dales, the Gypsy breeds and several others.
a clydesdale is a draft horse
three day eventing, the clydesdale in the horse makes it a big bigger boned and able to take the shock of cross country. The other two provide the skill and the movement for dressage and stadium.
it looks like a smaller version of a Clydesdale. it is usually spotted with brown or black patches/spots. that answers your question.
The long guard hairs on 'furry' horse legs are called feathers. This is typical of Friesians, Gypsy/Tinker horses, and many draft breeds such as the Shire and Clydesdale.
its a Clydesdale
That would be the Gypsy horse also called a Tinker horse depending on geography and the type of people. The gypsy is a cross between pinto marked horses and draft horses. A Gypsy horse is just a pinto draft horse with lots of feathering and thick manes and tails.
A clydesdale is a heavy draught horse.
A clydesdale horse comes from scotland
Clydesdale Percheron The long hair is called 'Feathers'. There are several breeds with this feature. Shire, Clydesdale,Friesian , Gypsy horses, Dales pony, Fell pony, Jutland draft, and many other draft breeds.
Yes a Belgian is bigger than a Clydesdale. from poppy
Clydesdale is a breed of horse. Draft horse is a type/category of horse. Clydesdales fit in the draft horse category of horses.
The Clydesdale is a work horse known for their height and their strength. Some people will ride them as a saddle horse even though they are a work horse.
I did a little research and would suggest a warmblood-type horse if it was used specifically for dressage. For eventing, I would choose to breed a Clydesdale mare to a Thoroughbred stallion. These crosses provide excellent jumping horses with great stamina and strength.
The Clydesdale(the Shetland is a small pony)
Yes! A Belgian horse is a completely different draft horse breed than a Clydesdale. Palomino simply refers to the color of the horse.
No, a clydestale is a draft horse.
with its legs!?!?!?
The Percheron is a big, stocky breed of horse that used to be used in war for pulling carts and heavy weights. The first biggest horse is a Shire, and the second largest is a Clydesdale. If you want to get technical then you could talk about cross breeds like TB/Clydesdale, but that's two different breeds. Stick with Percheron.
I think that people should just look on google.ca. They should type in clydesdale and belgain horse.
The biggest horse in the world is record with 80 inches tall, clydesdale, stallion. a clydesdale is a draft horses and the main breeds of the draft horses are the Fresian Clydesdale Percheron there hugmungouse!
The Clydesdale horse was first introduced to the United States in 1842.
Answer the Clydesdale originated in Scotland HorseIsle answer: Scotland myponyket, brown server
The average Clydesdale newborn weighs about 125 lbs.
I believe he had a Clydesdale or a Painted Horse.
The Clydesdale is a breed of horse. A breed of horse is a classification of a type of horse that has recurring genetic features and most or all of that type can trace back to one or several foundation ancestors.
Clydesdale horses would be found in Clydesdale, Scotland, now known as Lanarkshire, which in central Scotland. The animal was named for the town where it was used as a draft horse on area farms.
The Gypsy horse was developed in Britain mainly. It was created through crosses of Shire, Clydesdale, Friesian, Dales, fell and any pinto marked horse that could be found. In their home country they are not considered a breed and not worth the prices that are asked for them. In the USA however people are willing to pay large amounts of money for these horses due to their appearance.
A Clydesdale is a very large type of draft horse. They have extra hair near their hooves. Budweiser uses them to pull wagons in parades.
The Clydesdale of today is used mainly as a hitch horse for pulling wagons in show or as demonstrations. Some are also used for farm work and on occasion as a riding horse.
Actually, there is no difference. "Vanner" is an American term, coined by the founder of the Gypsy Vanner Horse Society. He tried to make the "Vanners" out to be more special, higher quality and therefore more expensive than than the good old regular cob. In many instances, cobs, gypsy horses and vanners are all cross registered in the three main registries: The Gypsy Horse Registry, the Gypsy Cob and Drum Horse Association and the Gypsy… Read More
I do believe Epona does not have a specific breed. She has Palomino coloring, but she is very stocky and has horse feathers, which are Clydesdale traits. She very well could be a mix-breed, though. Epona does very well have Clydesdale traits. The feathers (hairs covering her hooves) on her feet say she is probably a cross with a Clydesdale. Belgians (another draft breed) don't usually have feathers. She is very stocky. Her big hindquarters… Read More
Horses have tons of breeds. They have over 150 breeds. Here are a few examples: Thoroughbred Hunter Irish Sport Horse Irish Hunter AQH APH Appendix Quarter Horse Hanoverian Oldenburg Arabian Tennessee Walker Gypsy Vanner Clydesdale Warmblood
If You mean the horse with the feathers, i think you mean a Shire horse.
About 10" in diameter.