Trekpaard gebruik

Trekpaard gebruik

American Belgian Horse, as opposed to the Brabant Belgian horse

American Belgian Horse, as opposed to the Brabant Belgian horse

pin 1
An unusual breed! The Brabant draft horse is the foundation horse for the American Belgian. Until about 1940, the Brabant and the American Belgian were essentially the same horse. After World War II the Brabant was bred in Europe to be thicker bodied and more drafty, with heavy feathering on the legs, while in the United States the Belgian was bred to be taller, lighter bodied and clean legged.

An unusual breed! The Brabant draft horse is the foundation horse for the American Belgian. Until about 1940, the Brabant and the American Belgian were essentially the same horse. After World War II the Brabant was bred in Europe to be thicker bodied and more drafty, with heavy feathering on the legs, while in the United States the Belgian was bred to be taller, lighter bodied and clean legged.

pin 7
heart 2
Belgian Horse.

Belgian Horse.

pin 1
Belgian Draught (American type) stallion

Belgian Draught (American type) stallion

pin 1
heart 2
"Dirk" Blue Roan Brabant Draft Horse Stallion - would he also a type of Silver? His mane and tail are too light to be a regular Blue Roan.

"Dirk" Blue Roan Brabant Draft Horse Stallion - would he also a type of Silver? His mane and tail are too light to be a regular Blue Roan.

pin 10
heart 1
Belgian draft horse…what a beauty!

Belgian draft horse…what a beauty!

pin 5
http://www.thehorse.com/articles/33294/equine-metabolic-syndrome-what-we-know-where-were-headed

http://www.thehorse.com/articles/33294/equine-metabolic-syndrome-what-we-know-where-were-headed

pin 5
The Belgian draft horse was developed in the fertile pastures of Belgium. In 1866, the first Belgian arrived on American soil. In 1885 men in Wabash, Ind., started a business importing Belgian stallions and selling them to horse breeders throughout the Midwest.

The Belgian draft horse was developed in the fertile pastures of Belgium. In 1866, the first Belgian arrived on American soil. In 1885 men in Wabash, Ind., started a business importing Belgian stallions and selling them to horse breeders throughout the Midwest.

pin 370
heart 51
Belgian Brabant

Belgian Brabant

pin 6
Pinterest • Dünyanın fikir kataloğu
Search