shire horse

NOUN
  1. British breed of large heavy draft horse
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How To Use shire horse In A Sentence

  • As ever, one of the biggest pulls at the show was the impressive range of shire horses on display.
  • Charles brought hoots of laughter when he told them a local man had attempted to sell him a shire horse.
  • The museum tells the story of Bradford's industrial past and includes shire horses, bus and tram rides, machinery, a mill owner's house and back-to-back cottages.
  • It is 30 years since Major John Bartholomew, former Wadworth chairman, decided to reintroduce shire horses to pull the drays that deliver beer to licensed premises in the town.
  • Our favourite animals were the gentle giant shire horses. Times, Sunday Times
  • When he realized that his investment in eucalyptus was a failure he turned his attention to stock breeding, determining finally to produce the finest strains of Shire horses, Shorthorn cattle and Duroc Jersey hogs in America. The Eucalyptus Grove
  • Our favourite animals were the gentle giant shire horses. Times, Sunday Times
  • He was introduced to Tom and Royal, two of the four shire horses by draymen Mike Berry and Adrian Noakes and toured the brewery.
  • TWO jockeys were hurt in falls and a spectator collapsed in a toilet during a North Yorkshire horse race.
  • The real novelty was the stables tour to see the shire horses that pull the drays.
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