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Shire Horse Grazing Puzzle Details:

About: Usually black, bay, or grey, the Shire is a British breed of draught horse. The Shire has a great capacity for weight-pulling, and has been popular throughout its history for pulling brewer's drays delivering ale to customers. The largest horse in recorded history was probably a Shire named Mammoth, born in 1848. He stood 219 cm high, and his peak weight was estimated at 1,524 kilograms.
Puzzle Of The Day On: 18/Mar/2017

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