The Top 10 Largest Horse Breeds In History

Horses are big powerful animals and their size can scare people even though they tend to be very calm intelligent and harmless creatures, especially draught breeds.

Take a Look upon 10 Biggest Horses:

Radar Horse

The Belgian draft horse was probably what Radar Horses was best known for. At a more important 1.8 meters and more than 1000 kg, it was born in 1998 in Mount Pleasant, Texas. Through the Guinness Book of World Records, Radar had the title of tallest horse in the world. From 2006 to 2009, Radar travelled the country and managed the data. And he gained widespread fame on the most significant and popular TV shows.

Remington Horse

One of the magnificent Clydesdale horses, Remington was born in Texas, in the United States. His height was 80 inches, and according to the Guinness World Records, he was entitled to one of the tallest horses that year.

Tina Horse

One of the dray horses, Tina Horse, was wisely selected by the Guinness World Records to be the biggest horse in the entire world. Jim and Marge Williams served as Tina’s legal guardians. Additionally, they were both the proprietors of the Springbrook Inn, a hotel that was probably well known for its riding school.

Sampson Horse

One of the Shire horses, Sampson Horse, was born in Toddington Mills, Bedfordshire, England, in 1846. He weighed close to 1,524 kg in total. With a height of 84.8 inches, it was the tallest and heaviest horse in the world at the time and has always been praised for its weight.

Zeus Horse

This horse had the name of a God from Greek mythology Zeus, thanks to its incredible 86 inches and 3,100 pounds of weight


This Shire horse has the name of a biblical giant and was born in 1992 in Canada. In the beginning, its life wasn’t easy because of its big size since it was a foal. The average weight of a Shire horse today is about 16 to 17 cwt. Goliath was one of those giants, with the One Ton plus in weight.


This Shire horse named Cracker was born in 1989 in Somerset, England. A few years later, in 1992, he traveled to Lincolnshire for the first time and became well known there. With his 76.2 inches in height, this giant was an instant success causing hundreds of people to go to Lincolnshire to see it.


This incredible battle horse at no less than 80,8 inches tall needed a lot to eat, so he devoured 99,2 pounds of grain and two liters of water every day. He weighed about 3.000 pounds.

Big Jake

Big Jake from Nebraska state carries the majestic measurement of 20.3 hands (210.2 cm (6 ft 10-3/4 in)) tall and weighs 2,600 pounds (1,133 kg).


When its owner Paul Evans tried to ride it, it was a challenge. He says that his adorable Sovereign can’t use a horse seat because of its size, so he must use a box and an oil drum to get on the big steed.




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