The U.K.'s Exeter Racecourse is host to a magnificent spectacle.
Once a year, the Clydesdales of Adventure Clydesdale, a family-run trail riding outfit specializing in - you guessed it - Clydesdales, take to the racecourse to compete in a charity race benefitting the Devon Air Ambulance Trust.
The race is also meant to promote the Clydesdale as a riding horse and educate the public about its versatility off the farm.
That's all well and good, but we know what you're really here for. So without further ado, a Clydesdale race for your viewing pleasure:
You don't need to say it...we want one, too.
What a sight to see. How gorgeous are these horses?! Did you know the Clydesdale originated in Scotland? It was bred to fulfill a variety of purposes but is most famous for its work in the agricultural realm. Today, you can find these big beauties all over the world.
Have you ever ridden a Clydesdale? Tell us about it in the comments section!
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