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A beloved draft breed, the Clydesdale originated in Scotland in the 19th century. Used for agriculture and heavy hauling, these strong animals grew in popularity and were exported all over the world. The Clydesdale today is very popular as a driving horse, and some are still used for agricultural purposes. These elegant drafts average between 16 and 19 hands high, and have flashy feathering on their lower legs which accentuates their high-stepping gaits. Perfect for display and collecting, this resin Clydesdale is permanently mounted on a base, which has a descriptive back stamp. Measures approximately 5.75"L x 5"H.
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