Where did the original Clydesdale Horses Come from?
They orginated from Scotland.
they are large horses.
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!
Yeah Clydesdale horses are used for show, riding,harness and draught
The Clydesdale horse was first introduced to the United States in 1842.
the habitat is a grassland
With good care from a loving owner the Clydesdale can live well into his 30s or beyond.
Yes, Busch Gardens Tampa has Clydesdale horses.
Clydesdale, Arabian, and appaloosas are all breeds of horses.
As long as other horses. 20 to 30 years.
In a grassland In a grassland
clydesdale or percheron
to make them beautiful
Clydesdales live everywhere.
Clydesdales came from Scotland
Clydesdale horses have been bred in Scotland since 1826. Widely used as draught horses in both agricultural and industrial applications, Clydesdales are also used as drum horses by the British Household Cavalry.
Clydesdale horses eat the same thing as any other horse would eat. They will eat hay, oats, barley,corn, carrots, apples, and sugar cubes.
A clydesdale horse comes from scotland
Clydesdales were brought to the Americas in the late 19th century, so roughly the late 1800's, would be when they were imported.
hmm... amybe draft horses like belgian, clydesdale, ya kno ;)
16 to 19 hands high
The same as any other horse.
Thats were cows go
they are types of horses (: <3lm.
There are TONS of kinds of horses. Some breeds are Halflinger, Thoroughbred, Clydesdale, and Welsh Mountain.
clydesdales are domesticated horses and do not have to ward off predators
They are named after the Clydesdale (The old name for Lanarkshire) region of Scotland where they were developed originally in the mid 18th century.
There are lots of different types of Draft horses, which are larger than normal horses. Typically, the largest of these horses are either the Clydesdale or the Belgian. They can both get really big. The largest horse in the world, Radar, is a Clydesdale. I'm not sure how tall they get, but over 17 hands for sure! Hope this helps!
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.
Common health problems for Clydesdale horses are a condition called the itch, and sunburn. The itch affects the lower part of the legs where the fur feathers. The lack of pigmentation in their faces is a cause or sunburn.
The largest breed of horses in the world are the Clydesdale.
30-55 miles per hour
percheron belgian clydesdale, suffock punch
Shire horses are about the same kind of horse as Clydesdale horses. they have the same characteristics and everything. = Wrong the are two completely different breeds.
The Clydesdale is a man made breed and lives where ever a human wants it to. They can be found all over the world, mostly in farming or tourist areas.
A Clydesdale is one of the slower growing species of horses. Generally growth does not slow down to around the age of six or seven years.
Clydesdale is a breed of horse. Draft horse is a type/category of horse. Clydesdales fit in the draft horse category of horses.
There are many different kind of horses, one being the Clydesdale. Well there is many different kinds of horses i could name all of them for you but there is too many so i will just name a few common ones. Quarter horse, thoroughbred, clydesdale, shetland pony, Walking horse, racking horse, and a mustang.
about 15.4 hands high and around 1200 pounds
The Clydesdale horses are just one type of dray horse.
I was always told that whenever you get a filly or a colt you should start riding them at age three. If you get a Clydesdale, then I think the same principals follow.
Clydesdales are a draft breed, and as such were bred as work horses capable of pulling large loads and working in the fields. They are usually used now as show horses, circus horses, for crossbreeding to create warmblood and sport type horses... and Clydesdales make up the famous Budweiser horse team. Clydesdales are sometimes, but infrequently used as riding horses. Clydesdale horses are too big for some people to ride.... so people usually use them… Read More
Clydesdale horses are a breed of draft horses seen in Budweiser beer commercials. They are generally deep mahogany brown, or bay, with white on face and hooves. As a draft horse, they are large, barrel chested animals, as they were originally bred for for farm work and hauling.
Horses usually produce only one live foal with occasional instances where two live twins are born. Twin pregnancies in horses can be very problematic and while draft horses (like the Clydesdale) and Standardbred horses seem to be more successful at producing live twins they may require significant veterinary care in order to survive.
Clydesdale horses are mostly find in the Clyde Valley in Scotland.
All horses morn in their own way. It just depends on the individual horse.
The question is incomplete and therefore cannot be answered correctly.
Yes, Clydesdales are riding horses along with work horses. They can be used for virtually everything except racing. They don't make the best jumpers either.
Clydesdale horses will live an average of 25 - 30 years. However, as with all animals the preventative health care it is given throughout its life can make a huge difference in lifespan.
Yes I think that they would be a fast horse for running. For more information search for the question how fast is a clydesdale horse. They have some pretty good information. 2nd answer: Clydesdales are bred for power - pulling plows, freight wagons, and so forth. The smaller, sleeker horses like the Arab, thoroughbred, and the quarter horse run much faster than the Clydesdale.