Sunday, 5 August 2012

Cleveland Bay

Said to be Britain's oldest breed of horse originating somewhere around the 17th century is the Cleveland Bay. The Bay Horse Pub on Blossom Street in York pays tribute to this old breed with a plaque on the wall in praise of this rare breed. The present Queen is patron of the British Cleveland Bay Horse Society and Clevelands still pull the occasional royal carriage.

1 comment:

  1. Dunno about the pub but Cleveland's are beautiful horses.


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