The Jutland horse is a draft horse breed originating from Denmark. The Jutland is a medium-sized draft horse with a quick, free action. A horse’s feet are ideal for running. Each foot is a single, very strong toe. Only the tip of the toe. The area directly in front of its forehead, extending for about 4 feet (1.2 meters). Never approach a horse directly from the front—if you do so, it can’t see you until you are about 6 inches (15 centimeters) from its face. Height and weight at maturity vary with the breed and type of horse. The fastest types of horses are quarter horses and thoroughbreds. It can run a mile (1.6 kilometer) in 1 minute 33 seconds. The fastest a human has ever run a mile in is 3 minutes, 43 seconds.A horse can see about 350 degrees—nearly a complete circle—around from its nose because its eyes are positioned on the sides of its head. By comparison, dogs can see only about 240 degrees around. A horse has large muscles in the upper part of its legs that provide speed.