Belgian draft horse Brooklyn Supreme of the
1930s stood 19.2 hands high, weighed 3,200 pounds,
measured 10' 2" around, took a 40" collar, and
required 30" of iron to make one shoe and was touted
as the "World's Largest Horse".
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