On average, a domestic horse has a lifespan of 15-20 years, only half the 30-40 year average lifespan of a wild horse. This discrepancy can be attributed to the two vastly different lifestyles the horses live. Wild horses have much less restrictions and can freely roam about wherever they please.What are shire horses?
A Shire horse is a type of a draft horse. Shire horses are famous for being extremely large; the biggest horse on record, Sampson, was a Shire horse. Despite their size, Shire horses are extremely gentle and friendly, and they are famous for standing so quietly in their stalls that mice can nest in the straw, although this may be a bit of hyperbole.What is a Shire breed?
The Shire is a British breed of draught horse. It is usually black, bay, or grey. It is a tall breed, and Shires have at various times held world records both for the largest horse and for the tallest horse.