The American Cream Draft descends from a foundation mare named Old Granny.
She was probably foaled between 1900 and 1905, and was first noticed at an auction in Story County, Iowa, in 1911 and purchased by Harry Lakin, a well-known stock dealer. She was eventually sold to Nelson Brothers Farm in Jewell, Iowa.
Have you ever heard of the American Cream Draft? It is a beautiful breed named after their gorgeous cream color.
These horses are rare and are on the critically endangered list with only less than 500 American Cream Draft horses registered around the world.