CLYDESDALES, according to Wikipedia:
The characteristic action of a Clydesdale is demonstrated at a trot; an animated gait with high hoof action in both the front and rear. Despite its large size, the Clydesdale presents with an energetic quality described by the Clydesdale Horse Society as "gaiety of carriage and outlook."
Do Clydesdale's run? Not really. Please lower your expectations. According to the source of all internet knowledge, Clydesdales "trot", at best. That includes this Clydesdale. We are not built for speed...we are bred for our abilities to carry heavy loads. We are those handsome beasts of burden that help you lift furniture and appliances when you are moving to a new house. Got it?
For the past few weeks, I have been doing the Couch to 5K program (http://www.c25k.com/). Though I am supposed to do the three runs every week, I am actually taking about 10 days for the three runs because I am working in cycling too.