The Shire is a British breed of draught horse. It is usually black, bay, or grey. It is a tall breed and Shires have at various times held world records both for the largest horse and for the tallest 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 horses may also be used for forestry, for riding and for commercial promotion. Shire stallions may be black, bay or grey. They may not be roan or have large amounts of white markings. Mares and geldings may be black, bay, grey or roan. Their average weight ranges from 850 to 1,100 kg (1,870 to 2,430 lb) for geldings and stallions, with no set standard for mares.
The head of a Shire is long and lean, with large eyes, set on a neck that is slightly arched and long in proportion to the body. The shoulder is deep and wide, the chest wide, the back muscular and short and the hindquarters long and wide. Not too much feathering is to occur on the legs, and the hair is fine, straight, and silky. Smaller Shires, under 17 hands (68 inches, 173 cm), are generally preferred for working horses, while taller horses, especially those over 18.2 hands (74 inches, 188 cm), are used for show and promotional purposes. The breed is known for its easy-going temperament.

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