Shire Horse, an endangered horse breed (breed at risk, Rare Breeds Survival Trust, U.K.). United Kingdom. A tall black horse with four white legs, standing in harness, with shafts of a cart visible. Wikipedia.
Red Shire Horse The Shire horse is an English draft horse that comes in many colors, including the red color shown here. They can stand as tall as 68 inches and are capable of bearing heavy loads. In the past, they were a popular choice for pulling wagons full of beer to be delivered to customers across England.
Shire horse, a breed of draft horse native to central England. It is equal in weight to the Belgian horse and is usually slightly taller. Introduced to the United States in the late 1800s, he was never as popular as the Clydesdale or Percheron. It is similar in appearance to the Clydesdale with feathery fetlocks.