He`s not Irish as even though they are heavy set they`re still finer in the face and bones that your boy, judging by colour, facial plane, and overall height and bone my best guess would be thoroughbred, Clyde, maybe a bit of shire. The broad long nose with the moderately sized nostrils and the large ears are a dead give away to the clyde or shire. A friesian, warmblood, trakehner, all have a slightly more refined head, smaller ear, larger nostril, and a slight dishing to the face, all very characterized by facial feature. He may have some trotter or hackney to give him that reach and jumping ability. My friend has a tbxclydexhackney who is only slightly finer and smaller and can be mistaken for a warmblood. Check for an evidence of branding come summer time.
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