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Noriker - also called the Norico-Pinzgauer and historically known as the Pinzgauer horse, is a moderately heavy Austrian draught horse breed. The Noriker is considered indigenous to the central Alpine region of Europe, and is believed to have originated around the highest mountain of Austria, the Grossglockner. The breed played an important role in the transportation of goods through the Alps, carrying salt, gold and Celtic iron from Salzburg to Italy.

Noriker - also called the Norico-Pinzgauer and historically known as the Pinzgauer horse.

Noriker Stallion Walking Through Pasture In Austria

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Karachai mare with the reverse dappling pattern often called cobwebbing, or giraffe marks. photo: Eugene Matuzov.

That is referred to as Reverse Dapple Roan on The Equine Tapestry Rare colored horses! Such a cool coat color!

Slovenian draft was created on 20th century by crossing local horses (so-called Medzimurje type) with Belgian drafts and Norikers. Noriker stallions can be used still for breeding.

Mount Inspiration: A rare steed found only in the farmlands of the villages in the Human territory of Ohof. These horses are strong, beautiful, and bred to be worthy companions for the soldiers that ride upon their backs.

ORIGIN The Noriker is native to Austria which roughly made up the ancient Roman Province of Noricum from which the breed acquired its name. The breed now is found in Italy, the Czech Republic, the former Yugoslavia and Germany, where it is known as the South German Coldblood.

The Noriker or Noric horse is one of the oldest mountain draft horses in Europe, originating in the foothills of the highest Austrian mountains, Grossglockner,

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Belgian Draught (American type) stallion

Belgian Draft Horse (Brabant) stallion - among the strongest of the heavy draft breeds, in the US are somewhat lighter in build and chestnut color with flaxen mane and tail, while the Brabant of Europe is massive and usually bay or roan

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Developed by Czech breeders by crossing Belgian Drafts with native draft horses. Gray is not present in this breed, but silver dapple chestnut is common. For the colour of its tail and legs, it can be a silver dapple roan.

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Suffolk Punch

One of my all time fav draft horses, the comparatively small and cheerful templered Suffolk Punch. Beautiful deep chestnuts with flaxen mane--this Suffolk Punch in show form.

Zeus is the largest horse in the world! 21 Hands Tall (7 feet) at the shoulder Approximately 3000 lbs Breed - Belgian Draft Horse Blog says "no saddle fits him" from: http://www.ridingintheclouds.com/meet_zeus.html

Zeus is the largest horse in the world! 21 Hands Tall (7 feet) at the shoulder Approximately 3000 lbs Breed - Belgian Draft Horse Blog says "no saddle fits him" from: http://www.ridingintheclouds.com/meet_zeus.html

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