Magdalena Wojcik

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#horses  Percheron Stallion Look at these legs! We need to start breeding race horses with legs that won't break because they're too thin.

Percheron stallion Ughy De Luynes --you can see why these were used as war horses. Even tougher than the Friesians, the Percheron war horses could accommodate the heavier armour of the later Medieval period.

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A group of wild horses galloping right in my direction. Location: Germany, Dülmen by by Karen van Gerner

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The Shire horse is a breed of draught horse or draft horse. The breed comes in many colours, including black, bay and grey. They are a tall breed, with mares standing 16 hands and over and stallions standing 17 hands and over