Olka Gospodarczyk

Olka Gospodarczyk

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Vladimir Heavy Draft stallion Torit. The Vladimir Heavy Draught Horse is the biggest of all the Russian heavy breeds. Stallions can have girths of at least six feet and weigh in at 758kgs. Mares are only a bit smaller with girths of six feet, five inches and a weight of 675kgs. Stallions reach 16.1 hands and mares will get to 15.3 hands. They come in the colours of bay, black and chestnut.

The Vladimir Heavy Draft This breed was developed in the Vladimir & Ivanovo regions of Russia. The aim was a horse of medium draft power or less which would have rather high speed. They generally average from 15 to hands, with an average weight of pounds.

Russian Draft Horse. As refined a heavy draft horse as any, due to Percheron and lighter warmblood influences, this breed is quite new, registered in the Soviet Union in 1952. It is recognizable by its thick mane and tail and massive, gracefully arched neck. photo: Mikhail Semenov.

As refined a heavy draft horse as any, due to Percheron and lighter warmblood influences, this breed is quite new, registered in the Soviet Union in It is recognizable by its thick mane and tail and massive, gracefully arched neck.

Sztumski Draft (may also be referred to as the PolishHeavy Draft? ) The cold blooded horses in Poland has been developed in the beginning of XX century, from oldest Polish native horse descend from Tarpan and imported stallions. The main breeds used include: Ardennes, Belgian and Breton, and less used breeds, North Swedish, Russian, Døle, Mur Island, as well as single documented cases of Fjord and Canadian,Boulonnais and Jutland stallions.

Sztumski Draft (may also be referred to as the PolishHeavy Draft? ) The cold blooded horses in Poland has been developed in the beginning of XX century, from oldest Polish native horse descend from Tarpan and imported stallions. The main breeds used.

A Belgian draft horse logging in the woods.  Such gorgeous animals! I love seeing the draft horses on the harness pulling Budweiser beer wagons in parades sometimes in the USA :) and they may be Brabants ? too ?

A Belgian draft horse logging in the woods. Such gorgeous animals! I love seeing the draft horses on the harness pulling Budweiser beer wagons in parades sometimes in the USA :) and they may be Brabants ?

Brabant. I love this breed.  This is the true Belgian horse bred and produced in Belgium.  Later....these horses were bred down in size and height with less hair and are what we now call American Belgians.  Both breeds are still very popular both here and abroad.  LLK

This is the true Belgian horse bred and produced in Belgium.these horses were bred down in size and height with less hair and are what we now call American Belgians. Both breeds are still very popular both here and abroad.