a clydesdale is a draft horse
its a Clydesdale
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.
A clydesdale is a heavy draught horse.
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.
Yes a Belgian is bigger than a Clydesdale. from poppy
No, a clydestale is a draft horse.
I think that people should just look on google.ca. They should type in clydesdale and belgain horse.
the saying "horse feathers" come from a Clydesdale or any horse with "feathers" on its legs There are no such things as horse feathers. Saying something is horse feathers is the same as saying that it is nonsense. um, YA THERE are they are hairs on a Clydesdale's legs.
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 Clydesdale horse was first introduced to the United States in 1842.
A clydesdale horse comes from scotland
The average Clydesdale newborn weighs about 125 lbs.
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.
with its legs!?!?!?
I believe he had a Clydesdale or a Painted Horse.