But this classic rearing-to-separation-to-reunion tale of a Clydesdale and its owner was truly touching.
Willie Bailie was a household name about a hundred years ago, in the upper parts of Clydesdale.
The chief stock was settled at Liberton, in the upper part of Clydesdale.
The furious blood flushed Clydesdale's face to dark crimson.
His last-sabbath he preached (with Mr. Cargil in Clydesdale) on Psal.
It is more than doubtful if Clydesdale could have done any good by interfering.
Clydesdale had descended to the drive and was conferring with the chauffeur.
The Suffolk is a horse quite distinct from the Shire and the Clydesdale.
Then I am afraid that Mr. Clydesdale will have him arrested.
You and Mrs. Clydesdale can remain here to-night if you wish.
"breed of heavy draught horses," 1786, so called because they were bred in the valley of the Clyde in Scotland. The river name is perhaps literally "cleansing," from a Celtic root akin to Latin cloaca (see cloaca).