A Shire horse. God I would love to have a beautifully shire horse, or even a…

A Shire horse. God I would love to have a beautiful shire horse, or even a beautiful horse. I LOVE LOVE horses

beautiful dark bay Shire... haha he could step over that fence

Hey I'm puma I'm a fast horse I like to consider my self fastest in the herd I'm a stallion I have no mate or foals though I would like some

Red shire horse in Devon England //Dude. I want to ride this horse... Into battle. Where I kill all the bad guys.

Some day I want a Red Shire Horse, from Devon, England. Feathers are red on this Horse because of the red soil in the east of Devon.

Magnum- shire horse This is my kind of look.

Name:Dash mate:none about:handsome and polite,flirt,easy to fall in love with,easy to get,mares love him Maddie is his half sister

Shire horse - stands up to 20 hands tall, not to be confused with the Gypsy Vanner which is only 13-16 hands tall.

Beautiful Shire Horse - stands up to 20 hands tall, not to be confused with the Gypsy Vanner which is only hands tall

Clydesdale Champion - 'Deighton Fascinator' - In Loving memory.

If I was super rich I would have a herd of these beauties! The most gentle of all giants!

Shire Horse Society Approved Young Stallion

Shire Horse Young Stallion, showing the beginnings of the fade to dapple grey…

Friesans are the closest remaining modern example of the destrier war horses of the medieval era, being somewhere between Spanish horses and shire horses in size. Traditionally they are a military breed that have also been used for dressage, agricultural work, and as carriage horses. Friesans are known to be extremely friendly, often forming unusually intense bonds with their owners.

Friesian Connection - See photos here Fridse was born in the Netherlands in After several years of breeding in the Netherlands he was imported to the USA where he stood at stud at Wish Upon A Ster Friesians (owner Steven Feys) through the

(91) Equine Photography by Katarzyna Okrzesik-Mikołajek - Photos

Horse on the rocky path by what looks like a castle. Reminds me of Ireland. Equine Photography by Katarzyna Okrzesik-Mikołajek - Photos

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