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Description: This is a Clydesdale foal in a halter class. Breed standards for showing Clydesdales include mane rolling, tail braiding, sawdusting and soaping. The mane is rolled with a long piece of fabric, usually consisting of two colors that represent the stable where the horse originated. Decorations are added to the mane, and the tail is braided into a tight bun with a bow iadded. Sawdusting, brushing sawdust into the horseâ€™s feathers before going into the show ring, makes the horseâ€™s feathers fluffy and flowing. Soaping, rubbing glycerine soap against the hair over the horseâ€™s body is a practice, makes the horse appear larger which is desirable for this breed. This colt has a white rope halter, typical show tack for a Clydesdale halter class.