I'm doing some research on an individual named William M. Wolf who lived during the first half of the 20th Century in Dayton, Ohio. He was a canal boat owner and later a horse dealer. I've found two old photos of his businesses with horses pictured in them, but the clearer one is found below and is dated 1898. I know absolutely nothing about horses, but noticed the ears that are pointed backwards, and the coat is light in color.
Any idea what kind of horses these are?
Probably a stretch, but if anyone lives near Dayton, Ohio, I would love to show you a stable the same guy built in 1921 which survives today at 341 South Jefferson St. It has some unique features and I am hoping someone can explain why it was built the way it is.
Thanks for your interest and help!