There’s nothing better than seeing stallions on the shoreline in front of the forceful sea. That goes twofold when the stallion is a draft horse, similar to the equines of Express Clydesdales. For pre-Christmas photograph shoot a year ago, Express Clydesdales hit the shoreline for a stunning setting befitting their lovely high contrast. One of the stallions got somewhat energized in the smashing waves, and it shows up he may have quickly disregarded his human handler.
At the point when a 2,000-pound horse chooses he will take off into the sea and you’re on the flip side of the lead rope, will take a swim. There’s quite recently no chance to get around it. Fortunately, handler managed to keep his equine charge from swimming off to the islands.