A Belgian horse is a breed of draft horse that originated in the Flemish region of Belgium. They are typically large, strong horses with a tall stature, strong bones and tendons, and impressive musculature. They are known for their power, endurance, and agility in pulling heavy loads.
Belgian horses were primarily bred to do work on farms and pull heavy carriages - however today they have become popular as show horses too! In addition to their strength and beauty, Belgian horses are also known for their athleticism. They have a solid build yet they move with gracefulness and agility. This makes them perfect for driving or working obstacles during competitions or other activities such as mounted games or trail rides.
Though the most common coat color is chestnut-sorrel (red), Belgians come in other colors too including black, bay (brown), roan (mixed light/dark coloring) gray, palomino (golden yellow) - even cream colored coats! No matter what color your choice may be though all Belgian Horses share an undeniable “presence” about them which many admirers find captivating!