Hey! That horse is posed not unlike some of the horses you've show in your toy soldiers displays! ~ Fleet Commander Johnson PWITCC retired
I guess these are old English uniforms of steel?. A lot of weight there.
According to the museum's audio tour, an average suit of armor weighed only about 55 pounds, allowing a strong man to move freely, and even pick himself up off the ground.
But with all the extra weight--armor for horse and rider--they'd usually use large horses, like Clydesdales. Or so I've heard.
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