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  • Katrina Yencer

    equine-hourglass: Polish Draft Horse (c) Gosia Makosa Equine Art Photography

  • Carissa Zandstra

    Thousands of Polish Draft horses were used during the World War II as work horses, but nearly all of them were killed in the conflict. As world mechanization in agriculture increased, this gentle breed continues to decline in numbers…Now they are being crossed with other breeds to create a more versatile and usable horse. Photo by Gosia Makosa Equine Art & Photography…

  • Anya Gray

    draft horse, bay, check

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