When you stand 17.2h, weigh 2,000 pounds, and are this pretty, you’re sure to get noticed! Meet BHR Bryants Jake, a 1999 Spotted Draft Horse stallion! Double registered with both the North American Spotted Draft Horse Association and the Spotted Draft Horse Society, “Jake” sports a stunning sorrel frame overo coat, and a winning personality. His offspring are inheriting not only his good looks, but his amazing disposition and strong work ethic. Many of his babies work pulling carriages for tours and special occasions! Known for their amazing temperaments and ability to work in addition to their color, Spotted Drafts have been a recognized breed in the USA since the 1990s. Much like their draft ancestors, Spotted Drafts are intelligent, strong, and hardy. Conformation varies depending on the draft bloodlines of each individual horse, but they average 16h+ and have pinto coloring: tobiano, overo, or tovero. Today, Spotted Drafts are used for everything from agricultural work, logging, and pulling carriages, to pleasure driving and riding like Jake!