Definition of heavy horse in English:

heavy horse

Syllabification: heav·y horse


  • A large, strong, heavily built horse of a type or breed used for draft work.
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    • The three-day show also includes show jumping, a heavy horse musical drive by 16 drays and a parade by the New Forest Hounds.
    • Attractions also included show jumping, miniature and heavy horses, vintage tractors, rare breeds and numerous stalls - staged by charities and other organisations - and trade stands.
    • Champion heavy horse was a brood mare shown by show regulars P and W Bedford, of York.

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