Horses are such beautiful creatures. With heir majestic, gleaming coats, flowing manes, and huge bodies, these lovely animals are definitely a sight to behold. In any case, there is one stallion who could easily be called “the most attractive of all.”
Frederik the Great, a Friesian stallion, is known as the world’s most good looking horse. Born in Netherlands, the beautiful horse was brought in the United States in 2016. Now, he lives on Pinnacle Friesians, a farm in Arkansas’s Ozark Mountains.
Friesians, which came from Friesland in the Netherlands, are known for their imposing size, shiny dark coats, and long, velvety, frequently wavy manes and tails. As about the handsome Frederik, he was named after the Middle Ages Prussian king and he’s also known as the “Storybook Stallion.”
The “world’s most handsome horse” is part of a very rare horse breed whose beginnings were in Netherlands during the Middle Ages. I mean, at the first sight he could easily be mistaken for a fairy-tale character. The friesians posses a great agility, despite their impressive weight. Due to their strength, they were initially used as war horse.
According to his lucky owner, “Frederik is considered one of the most Photographic Friesians in the world, his beautiful Photographs taken by the amazing Photographer Cally Matherly has been admired by millions worldwide.”
Believe it or not, Frederick’s breed has achieved the verge of extinction three separate times. But now, thanks to Stacy Nazario, a breeder who has volunteered to keep the breed alive, the thing look very well. And Frederik is the confirmation that she is handling the challenge pretty well.