This is Sundance, a Paint Clydesdale we sold last year. Gorgeous, but treated like an oversize dog his whole life, leading him to kick when asked to pick up his feet, and bite without warning when your back was turned. We worked him through most of these problems, but found he just wasn't a good fit for us, so we sold him to someone who has a lot of time to work with him.
This is my 15-year-old Percheron cross gelding. I'm not sure what he's crossed with. He is 15.2.
A couple of weeks ago I bought a Percheron/Oldenburg cross colt called Finnegan, and he is the darlingest boy! Very kind and curious and gentle. But, to quote smrobs, he's an "ugly cuss" right now. ;) Hopefully he outgrows it. He will be grey!
And this was my gorgeous 17.1 hand Percheron/Thoroughbred/Hanoverian cross gelding, Darcy. Two years ago he was euthanized two days before his fourth birthday due to a spinal cord injury, and I miss him every day. He was the kindest horse I have ever met, and the most beautiful thing I could have ever imagined owning. He was my dream horse.