They can weigh from 1,000 to 3,000 pounds.
A Belgian horse typically pulls with a partner. Belgian horses are capable of pulling 4 times their own weight in dead-weight.
Belgian horses are among the strongest work horse breeds in the world. A single Belgian horse can pull up 8,500 pounds over a short distance.
I Belgian Draft Horse weighs 1,800 to 2,200 pounds.
Well this would depend on the horses weight. A horse should be fed 1 % up to 3% of it's body weight. Since a Belgian typically weighs between 1800 and 2200 pounds that means the horse could be fed anything from 18 pounds to 66 pounds of feed. With a draft horse it's best to try and start at about 2.5% of the body weight in feed and then adjust up or down from there as needed.
the largest breeds of horse are the Shire which is tallest on average at 17 hands or bigger, and the heaviest is the Brabant (Not the Americanized Belgian) which can weight up to 3,000 pounds.
I believe that the weight limit was about 100 lbs. give or take a few pounds.
a draft horse, yes most likely a Clydesdale or Belgian Work horse, but on a strength per size ratio, the little Shetland pony can pull twice it's own weight. Compared to the larger draft breeds which on average can only pull about half their own weight
Typically, draft horses can pull about 6 times their own body weight. A draft can pull a lot more than an Arab.
As much as you want it to
Depending on the age, a bull can approx. pull twice its own weight!
How much a pitbull can pull will vary greatly depending on his or her size and weight and conditioning. On average, a dog can easily pull 3 times his or her weight on wheels.
papillons can pull about 6-8 pounds.
Correct! A horses diet is rationed on the weight and size of the horse and how much daily exercise it does. Correct! A horses diet is rationed on the weight and size of the horse and how much daily exercise it does.
It depends how much the horse weighs and what breed.