Brabant, or Belgian Trekpaard, stallion Branco. Roans are quite common, as are solid colors. The Belgian Draft Horse of the US is more likely descended from the Flemish Horse and is flaxen chestnut in color.
The Belgian draft horse was developed in the fertile pastures of Belgium. In 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.
This is a Beautiful Roan Belgian Draft Horse. Can you believe the size of this thing? The average weight of this kind of horse is slightly over one ton. By comparison, the American Quarter Horse weighs about half that.
Zeus, a giant Belgian Draft horse. He is a shocking hands-- or 7 feet, 2 inches -- tall and weighs pounds. Zeus came to the hotel last fall because he was too big for his former owner, a Maine farmer, to harness and now lives at the resorts hor
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