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This new breed of horse has come thundering out of the history books and into reality across the world.
First used by the Queen of England in her ceremonial Band of the Life Guards. The Drum Horse carries the heavy kettle drums during parades and other pageantry.
Today, the Drum Horse is proving to be the ultimate heavy riding horse. A talented athlete, the Drum Horse can excel in many disciplines.
The Clydesdale is a breed of draught horse named for and derived from the farm horses of Clydesdale, today known as Lanarkshire, Scotland.
Although originally one of the smaller breeds of draught horses, it is now a tall breed
The Irish Cob or Coloured Cob, known as the Gypsy Horse or Gypsy Vanner in the United States, is a type or breed of domestic horse from the British Isles.
It's a small, solidly-built horse of cob conformation and is often, but not always, piebald or skewbald.
It is a tall breed, and Shires have at various times held world records both for the largest horse and for the tallest horse.
The Shire has a great capacity for weight-pulling, and has been popular throughout its history for pulling brewer's drays delivering ale to customers. The horses may also be used for forestry, for riding and for commercial promotion.