Belgian draft horses are among the strongest of the heavy breeds, standing between 16 and 17 hands (66 and 68 inches) tall and weighing up to 2,000 pounds (900 kilograms).
They are still used for work, but they have also gained popularity as show horses and pleasure riding horses. Belgian horses can haul massive loads. A team of two horses in the Heavyweight class pulled 17,000 pounds over a distance of 7 ft 2 in at the National Western Stock Show in Denver, Colorado (7,700 kg a distance of 2.18 m).
But for now, Lisa and Fien are still small and as cute as they can get. Their gorgeous mother is doting on her babies as they nurse and happily romp in their pasture. It’s a scene of pure natural beauty! Share this beautiful family of horses with your friends.
The following story is about Lisa and Fien, two very adorable and very rare foals! The two baby Belgian draft horses are twins and in this video, they’re only 4 days old. They definitely look so unique and lovely, as you will see in the video below.