Here are some of the most powerful horse breeds in the world, they are magnificent

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The Percheron is a breed of draft horse originally from the Huisne valley, in western France, part of the former province of Perche from which the breed takes its name. Generally gray or black, horses are muscular and valued for their intelligence.

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Although their specific origins are unknown, the ancestors of the breed were born in the valley during the 17th century. It is expected that there will be over 175,000 international Morgan horses in 2005.

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The Morgan is a very strong breed, usually black or chestnut in color, although there are many colors, including many beige versions. Used in all English and Western disciplines, as the breed is very versatile.

The Soviet horse is a Russian breed of heavy draft horses. It is derived from the Belgian Brabant breed. It was registered as a new breed in 1952.

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The Clydesdale is a Scottish breed of horse. Its name is the same as the place of its origin, the Clydesdale or valley of the River Clyde; in the county of Lanarkshire.

The origins of the breed date back to the 18th century, when Flemish stallions were imported in Scotland and mated to local mares. The first recorded use of the name “Clydesdale” for the breed was made in 1826. The horses are bred across much of Scotland and northern England.

After the breed society was established in 1877, many Clydesdales have been exported to many international nations including Australia and New Zealand.

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The Shire is a British breed of draft horse. It is usually black or gray. It is a very large breed. The Shire has excellent traction potential; it was used for agricultural work, and eventually began to be used for transporting goods and people.

The most conventional use was to pull brewery wagons for shipping beer, but others were used for forestry, riding, and business promotion.

The Aussie breed has evolved over the years through the crossbreeding of the 4 natural breeds of draft horses diagnosed in Australia during colonial times. These breeds are Clydesdale, Percheron, Shire, Suffolk Punch (plus later imported Belgians) and occasionally a few soft horse lines, as can be seen in the component drawings.

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The characteristics of these breeds are found in the Australian airstream, which has produced many colors and types of the breed. All stable shades are acceptable; excessive whiteness on the mouth or body is not desired, white below the knee is acceptable.

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