Suffolk Punch - the oldest existing pure breed of draught horse to have originated in England. Noticeable differences from other breeds are the lack of feathering on the heels and the color which is described as "chesnut" - without the t. Listed as "critical" by the Rare Breeds Survival Trust.
Drum horses are used by the British Regimental Cavalry for parades, ceremonies of state and royal processions, to carry the drummer along with 2 solid silver kettle drums. Drum horses are strong enough to carry the weight of a man along with the two, 90 pound kettle drums, and gear, which can weigh more than of 450 lbs total! Drum horses are extremely rare, with very few being raised anywhere in the world. They are a mix of gypsy horses, Shire or Clydesdale over 16.1 hands.
Vladimir Heavy Draught (Google - The Vladimir Heavy Draft is a breed of draft horse which comes from Vladimir, in the former USSR, in Russia. It is a strong horse that is an all-around draft horse of medium size.)