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Robin Wiltshire, trainer behind the Budweiser Clydesdale Commercials ~ NOT done w/computer graphics!

Robin Wiltshire, trainer behind the Budweiser Clydesdale Commercials ~ NOT done w/computer graphics!

Hehe..he knows something. Get it nose?? lol..sometimes I crack myself up. lol

Pictures Of The Day: 18th February 2013

Hehe..he knows something. Get it nose?? lol..sometimes I crack myself up. lol

SHIRE HORSE & CLYDESDALE. Dalmatian and Clydesdale

40 Breathtaking Portraits Capture The True Beauty Of Wildlife

Кобылки аппалуза пони Сорбонна и Лунная Жемчужина, КСК "Верона". Фотограф Анастасия Ветковская Автор: ver0na

Кобылки аппалуза пони Сорбонна и Лунная Жемчужина, КСК "Верона". Фотограф Анастасия Ветковская Автор: ver0na

Grizzly is the old fella in the herd. He is 18 hands tall and a heavy draft breed. He is very sweet and babysits for mares. He tells foals stories and loves them. He is very sweet and gentle. His son is Chester and his daughter is Chelsea

Grizzly is the old fella in the herd. He is 18 hands tall and a heavy draft breed. He is very sweet and babysits for mares. He tells foals stories and loves them. He is very sweet and gentle. His son is Chester and his daughter is Chelsea

The Clydesdale horse breed was originally from Scotland. Its name comes from the river Clyde which is found in the southern region. Although the horse is an old breed that has been around for centuries, there is some evidence that it may not have been native to the region. The general belief is that the horse breed emerged after female Scottish horses were mated with larger ones imported from England. The result was the Clydesdale breed that featured horses far larger than their English…

The Clydesdale horse breed was originally from Scotland. Its name comes from the river Clyde which is found in the southern region. Although the horse is an old breed that has been around for centuries, there is some evidence that it may not have been native to the region. The general belief is that the horse breed emerged after female Scottish horses were mated with larger ones imported from England. The result was the Clydesdale breed that featured horses far larger than their English…