history of the horse
Coloring and other physical characteristics of the horse
The coloring of the clydesdale varies from brown, bay, chestnut, and black with a white underbelly and a white feather. Extra long hair on the feet.
Important information of the clydesdale
The clydesdale originated in Scotland in the mid 18th century for agricultural purposes. During its peak there were about 140,000 clydesdales in Britain, By 1914 many clydesdales were exported to commonwealth countries and were conscripted to serve in WW1. The main purpose of the clydesdale was to be a literal farm horse.