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What is a Clydesdale horse?
A Clydesdale horse is a breed of large draft horse bred primarily for farm work. The breed originated in Scotland, and the most common color is bay. Clydesdales typically stand between 15.2 and 17 hands high, with an average weight of 1800-2000 pounds. They have long legs and muscular bodies making them well suited for pulling heavy loads. Due to their strength, athleticism, and even temperaments, they are also popular horses for riding and showing.