Scotland. Development of the breed began in the late 17th century by Scottish Dukes and farmers.
The Clydesdale is known as a "cold blood" or draft type, (heavy) breed. Popular as a general farm horse and also used for hauling, the Clydesdale declined drastically with the introduction of motorized vehicles. Today they are highly valued in the show ring, used in harness horses and at special events w they often pull carriages. They can be found the world over, most notably in North America, Canada and Australia.
- Artist: Kitty Cantrell/Carolyn Boydston
- Size:14“ Wide
- Limited Edition of 2500
- Signed and numbered
- Certificate of authenticity
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