It's pretty easy to see how some folks confuse these beauties for Appaloosas, though their markings are often more saturated! All I know is that his mane and tail PERFECTLY compliment his super shiny coat.
Easily recognized for their leg feathering and common black and white or “piebald”coat color, the Blue Roan version of the beautiful Gypsy horse is considered most rare. Lush locks and an extraordinarily bold coat make this horse a regular show-stopper, but perhaps unique are the star-shaped dapples on his front end.
While not as rare as some other horses on this list, this cello is a blonde beauty. When you're done browsing through this list of beauties, be sure to check out one of our favorite horse rescue stories of all time.
With an unbelievably shiny coat that appears to be metallic in the sun, the Akhil Take is the national emblem of the country of Turkmenistan. For more information on this majestic and unusual horse, see our post on the Akhil Take below.
All I know is that his mane and tail PERFECTLY compliment his super shiny coat. Easily recognized for their leg feathering and common black and white or “piebald”coat color, the Blue Roan version of the beautiful Gypsy horse is considered most rare.
A lush mane and an extraordinarily bold coat make this horse a regular show-stopper, but perhaps unique are the star-shaped dapples on his front end. The Gypsy Manner Horse Society Something about this guy reminds me of Fabio.
Sorraiamustangs.characterized by a coat that's somewhere between gray and brown, these majestic wild horses are some of the most beautiful on the planet. While not as rare as some other horses on this list, this cello is a blonde beauty.
It's not every day that you see horses like this, so don't forget to SHARE their beauty with all of your friends. Alvin 469 and Markus 491 are the two sires with the highest number of sons referred to the next round of the stallion selection trajectory.
Every day tens of thousands of people took the time to watch the screen for shorter or longer periods. Furthermore, FPS Director Ids Helping provided information about the pedigrees and figures of the stallions in two languages, Dutch as well as in English.
The Clydesdale These big and beautiful horses are super-famous in the United States thanks to the Budweiser commercials that we all know and love. Each year, Warm Springs Ranch in Missouri treats us to the birth of their new foals, and it brings joy to many of us horse lovers.
These horses were originally bred to pull gypsy wagons, and it was easy for them to do with their heavy bones and broad-shouldered body structure. The majority of these horses stand 14-15 hands high at the withers, and they are quite lovely regardless of hue.
This rare breed is characterized for the metallic sheen on its coat that glitters and dazzles whenever the light hits it. An ancient racehorse, this national horse of Turkmenistan come in a surprising variety of colors.
For example, the natural gait makes it appear as if these horses are flying as they trot. But when it comes to the Black Forest Horse, this breed's flaxen mane stands out against its deep chestnut coat.
These stunning horses are true “black beauties” and are as graceful as they are powerful, beloved by many equine enthusiasts across the globe. The Frisian is from Friesland, (pronounced “Frisian” in the Frisian language), a province of the Netherlands in northwest Europe.
This light horse breed is picturesque, with flashy movements that make it catch your eye. Their large and round nostrils, dish-shaped finely chiseled faces, and super erect ears are a telltale sign of the breed that every horse lover knows.
And their frames, long and lean like a ballerina, make them true beauties. The Dalmatian horse or British Spotted pony, is a rare find with less than 200 being born in the United Kingdom each year.
Known for its hardiness, the Malware is a rare breed of horse from India. It’s also known for its inward-turning ear tips, it comes in all equine colors, although pinto patterns tend to be the most popular with buyers and breeders.
During the Middle Ages, they were in great demand as war horses throughout continental Europe. The Harbinger, a.k.a. the Avelignese, is a breed of horse developed in Austria and northern Italy.
Harbinger horses are relatively small, are always chestnut, have distinctive gaits described as energetic but smooth, and are well-muscled yet elegant. It is a small draft breed, popularly recognized for its abundant leg feathering and common black and white, or “piebald”, coat color, though it can be of any other color as well.
With a distinctive head shape and high tail carriage, the Arabian is one of the most easily recognizable horse breeds in the world. Throughout history, Arabian horses spread around the world by both war and trade, used to improve other breeds by adding speed, refinement, endurance, and strong bone.
They have a reputation for speed and endurance, intelligence, and a distinctive metallic sheen. The shiny coat of palominos and buckskins led to their nickname “Golden Horses”.
Painter ($7,500, Instar Farm, KY) Even before Knicks Go’s win in the Breeders Cup Dirt Mile, Painter’s numbers were tough to scrutinize, particularly at this price point. With the Breeders Cup and Public Special wins last year, Painter is demonstrating consistency and an ability to get the big horse.
Much Macho Man ($7,500, Hill ‘n’ Dale Farms, KY) A tremendous physical specimen who usually gets the same in his progeny, Much Macho Man is getting elite types from mares carrying a Comparable Index of just 1.13 as of this writing. Silent Name ($7,500, Arena Springs North, Canada) While you really have to be careful in what type of mare you send his way, no one can question Silent Name’s prowess as a sire… both in restricted and graded stakes company.
Dominates the Canadian racing scene and gets a fair number of graded stakes winners. Midshipman ($7,500, Darla, KY) A longtime stalwart with excellent numbers that defies his sire by getting very durable types.
And Frederik The Great, a breathtakingly beautiful Frisian stallion from the United States, may just be the world's most handsome horse. Sharing his name with the ruler of Prussia from 1740-1786, the highly acclaimed horse has a muscular build, striking black features and flowing mane.
The beautiful stallion is owned by Pinnacle Frisians where he stands at stud in the Ozark Mountains in the US. A breathtaking video shot recently shows Frederik galloping freely, with his long black mane billowing in the wind.