I'm not 100% sure but I do think that clydsdales do come in that roan color. They aren't as popular as the Budweiser colored ones. I'm not a clydsdale expert or anything though! I'm sure there are some on this forum that can help!
I have a clydesdale and he has the same build and nose, wish I could
see his whole face! I think I'm thrown off a bit because his tail isn't
docked like mine... maybe it is just can't tell. You can see the trademark blaze
and pink nose...
I've never seen one this color, is he a percheron/Clyde mix? I have seen
roany ones but not to this extent.
This guy is such a beauty, too bad he isn't taken care of! Stormy
gets those mats in his mane if I don't take care.
Gonna be a BIG BABY!! Make sure you have help ready when it comes!
I'm not sure. He doesn't look roan to me, he looks almost dappled gray. The brown you're seeing is most likely mud. I would almost agree with FlyGap that he looks like a Percheron/Clydsedale cross. In my opinion, he doesn't have enough feathering to be a pure Clydsedale and his build is a little off for a Clydse.
In the Uk there is a lot of affection for Clydies.
That's a horse Mam, that's a big fella.
Don't try to boss him about, persuade him that it is a good thing to do.
Watch out for where he is putting his feet
And if there is a need to restrain him, then make sure you use something thick and strong.
Above all, enjoy him, there are not that many like him.
Thanks for all your help like i said we brough her in foal so we had nothing to do with the dad the photos is all we really know about him and he was ment to be a grey cliydstale the mare has had a foal from him before it turn out black 17hh
here it 2 more pics of stallion and pic of mare.