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These 13 Horse Breeds Look Fake, But They're 100% Real - And Beautiful!



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#13 Appaloosa

#13 Appaloosa

Horses are the most noble creatures on this planet. In the old days when horses were used for transport they were specially bred and well taken care of. They were treated as more than just vehicles, they were companions who helped the humans and made their lives that much easier. Just like this amazing video that shows off this horse's talent we have something beautiful in store for you.

If you had no special love for horses up until now that is all about to change. These 13 beautiful and unique horse breeds will show you just how similar we are to our former well trusted companion. Their majestic appearance is sure to make you want to chase them down and feed them an apple. Starting off our list is The 'Appaloosa',an American horse breed best known for its colorful spotted coat pattern. Next up we have....

#12 Akhal-Teke

#12 Akhal-Teke

The Akhal-Teke is a horse breed from Turkmenistan. They have a reputation for speed, endurance and superior intelligence. Not just on the inside the Akhal-Teke has a distinctive metallic sheen on the outside that differentiates it from the other horses.

This particular horse also happened to be voted the most beautiful horse in the world in 2013. Can anyone beat that? The next horse can!

#11 Pinto

#11 Pinto

Lush locks and an extraordinarily bold coat make this horse a regular show-stopper. Not to mention those eyes.Those eyes could make the toughest heart melt. The Fjord horse strides in on the next page...

#10 Norwegian Fjord Horse

#10 Norwegian Fjord Horse

The Fjord horse or Norwegian Fjord Horse is a relatively small but very strong horse breed from the mountainous regions of Western Norway. It is a blend of draught horse muscling and bone, with smaller size and greater agility.

#9 Friesian stallion

#9 Friesian stallion

The Friesian is a horse breed originating in Friesland, in the Netherlands. Through the Early Middle Ages and High Middle Ages, their size enabled them to carry a knight in armour. It is the ultimate war horse. We all fell in love with the Black Stallion. This horse helps us understand why.

#8 Falabella

#8 Falabella

The Falabella, despite its size, is not considered a pony, but rather is a miniature horse. So don't call them ponies. Mini horses. What else could we ask for?

#7 Irish Cob

#7  Irish Cob

The Irish Cob or Coloured Cob is a type or breed of domestic horse from the British Isles. The Irish cob makes a perfect starter horse, especially for people who want a horse that isn't physically challenging, is a good weight bearer and hardy in whatever size.

#6 Lipizzan

#6 Lipizzan

Developed exclusively by the Hapsburg monarchy for its use during times of war and peace, the Lipizzan is the true horse of royalty.

#5 Andalusian horse

#5 Andalusian horse

The Andalusian has been recognized as an individual breed since the 15th century, and its conformation has changed very little over the centuries. Exports of Andalusians from Spain were restricted until the 1960s, but the breed has since spread throughout the world, despite their low population.

#4 Clydesdale

#4 Clydesdale

The Clydesdale is a breed of draught horse derived from the farm horses of Clydesdale, Scotland. Named for its place of origin, these horses were originally one of the smaller breeds but after years of breeding they have now grown in size.

#3 Icelandic Horse

#3 Icelandic Horse

The Icelandic horse is a breed of horse developed in Iceland. Although the horses are small, at times pony-sized, most registries for the Icelandic refer to it as a horse. Developed from ponies taken to Iceland by Norse settlers in the 9th and 10th centuries, the breed is mentioned in literature and historical records throughout Icelandic history.

#2 Hanoverian

#2 Hanoverian

A Hanoverian is a warmblood horse breed originating in Germany, which is often seen in the Olympic Games and other competitive English riding styles, and has won gold medals in all three equestrian Olympic competitions.

#1 Haflinger

#1 Haflinger

The name "Haflinger" comes from the village of Hafling, which today is in northern Italy. Haflingers were bred to be versatile enough for many under-saddle disciplines, but still solid enough for draft and driving work. Share this story if you found all of these horses absolutely adorable and each unique in their own right.



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