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a palomino or appaloosa? Not quite sure, but one heck of a gorgeous animal. Neither. This is a Liver-Chestnut Paint and Remarkably Beautiful.

a palomino or appaloosa? Not quite sure, but one heck of a gorgeous animal. This is a Liver-Chestnut Paint and Remarkably Beautiful. It's actually a bay paint.

So huge! Im guessing a Shire.

Shire - stallion Acle Magnum Now THAT'S what I call a Stallion! A perfect name for such a fine specimen of horse, stallion, and the Shire breed all wrapped up into one :)

Poe the Clydesdale may be the world’s tallest horse – and owner Shereen Thompson wants the Guinness Book of World Records to confirm it.  Miss Thompson, who owns a farm in Tupperville, Ontario, measured 10-year-old Poe at 20.2 hands – or 80.8 inches.  That is not a little kid. That's a grown man.

Poe the Clydesdale may be the world’s tallest horse – and owner Shereen Thompson wants the Guinness Book of World Records to confirm it. Miss Thompson, who owns a farm in Tupperville, Ontario, measured Poe at hands – or inches.

These are probably the thickest horses I have ever seen.  Pure muscle.  Champions in the horse pull.

Belgian draft Horse These are probably the thickest horses I have ever seen. Champions in the horse pull.

The Lithuanian Heavy Draught is a draft horse breed created in Lithuania during the 19th and 20th centuries. They are used mainly for heavy draft and farm work, as well as meat production and the improvement of other breeds. The breed is currently near extinction.

The Lithuanian Heavy Draught is a draft horse breed created in Lithuania during the and centuries. They are used mainly for heavy draft and farm work, as well as meat production and the improvement of other breeds. The breed is currently near extinction.

Saddlebred Bay Tobaino Stallion Pinto horse

Colour Me Hot; 1990 bay tobiano American Saddlebred stallion (Hot August Nite x Stormy April Sky). Beautiful horse and all but what is with the weird names.

The Suffolk horse is the oldest breed of heavy horse in Great Britain.  The breed dates from the sixteenth century but all animals alive today trace their male lines back to one stallion, a horse called Crisp’s Horse of Ufford, who was foaled in 1768

The Suffolk horse is the oldest breed of heavy horse in Great Britain. The breed dates from the sixteenth century but all animals alive today trace their male lines back to one stallion, a horse called Crisp’s Horse of Ufford, who was foaled in 1768

Shire  mare Ruffian with her owner Bob Schulte of Gilmer, Texas, and her twin fillies  Lightning (left) and Thunder at eight weeks of age.

Shire mare Ruffian with her owner Bob Schulte of Gilmer, Texas, and her twin fillies Lightning (left) and Thunder at eight weeks of age.- Twins are very rare and many times die at birth

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