Belgian Draft Horse Corporation of America
125 Southwood Drive
PO Box 335
Wabash, TN 46992
“DID YOU KNOW …THAT BELGIAN DRAFT HORSES OUTNUMBER ALL OTHER DRAFT BREEDS COMBINED IN THE UNITED STATES?
The Belgian is no “overnight success.” Its popularity has been hard won over the last century on thousands of farms and ranches, in countless pulling contests and show rings, and on the streets of America with hitches pulling the freight wagons that once fed the people.
History shows that Belgians are the most direct lineal descendants of the “Great Horse” of medieval times.” Source: Belgian Draft Horse Corporation of America
The Belgian Draft Horse Corporation of America website HERE
“One of the largest horses in the world, the Shire originated in the ‘Shires’ of England and is a descendant of the Old English Black Horse whose ancestors were the ‘great horses’ of medieval times.
It stands up to 19 hands, and may be bay, brown, black or grey in colour. An immensely strong, big-barreled horse, with long legs carrying much feather, it nevertheless has a fine head in comparison to its overall size. Despite its great size and strength (an average Shire will weigh 1 tonne and is capable of moving a 5-tonne load) it is the gentlest of beasts and is a good worker in agriculture and as an urban draught horse.” Source: American Shire Horse Assn website
The American Shire Horse Association here
Clydesdale Breeders of the USA
17346 Kelley Rd
Pecatonica, IL 61063
“Welcome to the Clydesdale Breeders Website! The Clydesdale Breeders of the United States of America is a very active Association, dedicated to the Clydesdale horse. We invite you to become involved in the Association and Clydesdale Industry!”
Clydesdale Breeders website HERE
Percheron Horse Association of America
10330 Quaker Road – P.O. Box 141
Fredericktown, OH 43019
You are about to enter the Official Site for the Percheron Horse Association of America.
“Long before the invention of the motorized truck and farm tractor, the Percheron draft horse provided the power to build and feed our nation. Now this noble horse provides the power, substance, beauty, and style as America’s work and recreation horse for the twenty first century.”
Percheron Horse Association Website HERE