Here the summary of the top 10 of the largest horses that exist on the planet.
Sampson is a Shire horse born in 1846, in Bedfordshire, England. It became known because it measured 84.8 inches on height, being at his time the tallest and heaviest horse in the world.
This horse had the name of the god of the Greek mythology, Zeus, thanks to its incredible 86 inches and its 3100 pounds of weight. During his early years, this Belgian draft horse lived with its owner, a farmer in Maine.
When its owner, Paul Evans tried to ride it, it was a challenge. He says that his adorable Sovereign has can’t use a horse seat because of its size.
Big Jake carries the majestic measurement of 82.75 inches. He officially became the tallest horse in the world according to the Guinness World Records.
This incredible battle horse with no less than 80.8 inches tall needed a lotto eat, so he devoured 99,2 pounds of grain and two liters of water every day.
Tina’s owners were the couple Jim and Marge Williams, who owned a hotel called Springbrook Inn, which also had a riding school.
Remington was born in Texas, United States and comes from the Clydesdale breed. It measures 80 inches in height and earned the title of the tallest horse alive in 2008 by the Guinness World Record.
Radar is a Belgian draft horse that was born in 1998 in Iowa, United States. This horse stole the attention of everyone who saw it.
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.
This Shire horse has the name of a biblical giant and was born in 1992 in Canada. A the beginning its life wasn’t easy because of its big size since it was a foal.