9 Longest Breed Of Horses Ever Existed

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The sturdy Fjord, originating from Norway, boasts strength and agility, serving as both a workhorse and a participant in races and shows.

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Originating from Norway's Gudbrandsdal Valley, the Dole is a robust workhorse used for heavy hauling, and some are bred for harness racing.

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Developed in Russia, this breed is short yet muscular, bred for labor in rural areas and historically used for meat, milk, and work.

Russian Heavy Draft

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Known for its ebony coat and stout build, the Dutch Draft excels in fieldwork and carriage pulling, reminiscent of European draft horses.

Dutch Draft

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A rare breed with a cream-colored coat, the American Cream is a show horse admired for its size and beauty, with a resurgence of interest in recent years.

American Cream

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Hailing from Belgium, these stocky horses with chestnut coats are popular for agriculture and casual riding, known for their calm demeanor.

Belgian Draft

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One of the oldest breeds, the Suffolk Punch originated in England, serving agricultural purposes and even wartime efforts with its strength and endurance.

Suffolk Punch

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Famous as the symbol for Budweiser, Clydesdales from Scotland are notable for their large size and were historically used in farming and as carriage horses.

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Originally warhorses, Percherons from France are now primarily show horses, known for their presence in parades and recreational events.

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The Shire horse, largest on average, traces its origins to the UK, prized for its size and strength, with notable appearances in various celebrations and events.

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