North Swedish Draft Stallion

The North Swedish horse is agile and easy to train. Its conformation is compact and robust, while being relatively light for a draft horse. The neck is short and thick, head large and ears relatively long. The shoulders are sloping, the body is deep and the back long. The quarters are rounded, with a sloping croup. The legs are short, with substantial bone. The mane and tail are abundant. The horse is any solid color and is 15.1 to 15.3 hands high. White markings on the face and legs are acceptable.