The breed has a large head, slightly convex profile, and a long, well-muscled neck. The withers are well-muscled, which often makes them less pronounced.
It is believed Cleveland Bays horses evolved from horses left in Britain by the Romans. By the Middle Ages they had evolved into strong, sturdy pack horses and were then crossed with imported Andalusian horses from the Mediterranean to produce the Cleveland Bay. As the name suggests the horses were named for Cleveland, Yorkshire in England where they worked as pack horses. The word ‘Bay’ in the name refers to the horses’ colour.
5D Mark II- EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM
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Newdigate Village , Dorking-UK