Brooklyn Supreme was one of the largest horses in history, standing at an impressive height of over 6.5 feet tall. Born in the early 1900s, Brooklyn Supreme was a draft horse, a breed known for their massive size and strength. He was a gentle giant, with a calm and gentle disposition despite his imposing size.
Brooklyn Supreme was originally owned by a farmer in New York, where he was used for heavy farm work. However, his impressive size caught the attention of a circus owner who purchased him and put him on display as a curiosity.
Visitors to the circus were amazed by the sight of Brooklyn Supreme, and he quickly became one of the main attractions. Despite his massive size, Brooklyn Supreme was incredibly agile and graceful, and he was trained to perform a variety of tricks and stunts.
One of Brooklyn Supreme’s most famous feats was his ability to carry up to eight men on his back at once. This earned him the nickname “The Eight Horse Wonder,” and he became known as one of the strongest horses in the world.
After his time in the circus, Brooklyn Supreme was retired to a farm where he spent the rest of his days in peace. He passed away at the age of 20, leaving behind a legacy as one of the biggest and strongest horses in history.