What is another word for coach horse?

9 synonyms found


[ kˈə͡ʊt͡ʃ hˈɔːs], [ kˈə‍ʊt‍ʃ hˈɔːs], [ k_ˈəʊ_tʃ h_ˈɔː_s]

The term Coach Horse refers to a kind of powerful horse breed bred specifically for pulling heavy carriages, coaches, and wagons. The Coach Horse breed is also called the Carriage horse, and the Black Horse. Other synonyms for Coach Horse include Heavy Horse, Draft horse, and Workhorse. The words Percheron, Clydesdale, Shire horse, Belgian Draft horse, and Suffolk Punch are also used to describe these powerful workhorses. In recent times, the demand for Coach Horses has reduced, and they are now bred more for recreational carriage driving, display purposes, and as show horses. Nonetheless, their strength and athleticism continue to make them well-suited for various agriculture, forestry, and industrial tasks.

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How to use "Coach horse" in context?

There is nothing quite like a relaxin' walk on the open road with a well-behaved horse by your side. Riding a horse is a respected activity that goes back many centuries, with the first examples dating back to the ancient Egyptians. For centuries, horseback riding has been enjoyed by people of all races and social classes. Today, there are many different types of horses available for riding, including cross-breeds and Arabians. A good coach horse is a versatile horse that is well-trained and able to handle a variety of tasks, such as hauling objects, pulling a wagon, and even carrying people.

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