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Jack Hackney and his work horse “Buddy,” near Coldwater Kansas, circa 1945. The picture has not been altered — the horse was huge and Mr. Hackney was small.

A Man and His Horse Coldwater, Kansas 1945 . really huge horse there. Or a really tiny man

Roan: Blue Roan.  Good example of a TRUE blue roan.  Note the Solid-colored head, legs, mane, and tail, and a *uniform* mixture of white and dark hairs over the body.  Grey horses are often called "blue roan" to increase value.  Greys will always have light smudges on the face and uneven/dappled/fleabitten body colors. I will take 2

The name comes from the ancient Roman province of Noricum (Austria today) where it was originally bred. They are a medium-heavy draft breed. This beautiful blue roan variant with the always dark/black head is called 'Mohrenkopf'.

Draft horses in the morning mist. These two are at a castle in France & are rarely handled by their owner. A real shame as they are extraordinarily gorgeous!

Boulonnais. The Boulonnais, also known as the "White Marble Horse", is a heavy draft horse breed. It is known for its large but elegant appearance and is usually gray, although chestnut and black are also allowed by the French breed registry.

The Boulonnais, also known as the "White Marble Horse", is a heavy draft horse breed. It is known for its large but elegant appearance and is usually gray, although chestnut and black are also allowed by the French breed registry.

plowing horses

plowing horses - A way of life for farm people in Oklahoma in the and I actually saw my grandfather plow up the garden this way. The horses wore & on their eyes.

working horses - Google Search

working horses - Google Search

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