Facts about Clydesdale horses?
They are 18 hands high (over six feet) with feathered hooves. They are the second largest horse in the world. They are well over 2,000 pounds. Coloring of the Clydesdale horse breed varies from different shades of bay, brown, chestnut and black, predominantly with one solid color, often with a white underbelly as well as a white feather.