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FREDERIK THE FABIO HORSE
Frederick the great may just be the world’s most handsome horse. The Friesian stallion has shiny black hair and a long flowing mane.
10 November 2017 | Netherlands
Frederick the great may just be the world’s most handsome horse. The Friesian stallion has shiny black hair and a long flowing mane.Horses are known to be beautiful and majestic creation and there is this Frederik the sexiest horse on earth.
It’s a horse breed originating in Friesland, in Netherlands. Although the confirmation of the breed resembles that of a light draught horse. Friesians are graceful and nimble for their size.
Frederik is the real-life Black Beauty a fiction too good to be true. A breathtakingly ravishing Friesian 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 it’s no wonder that he was desired for such illustrious future.
The beautiful stallion is owned by Pinnacle Friesians where he stands at stud in the Ozark Mountains in the US. It’s a real amusement with more than 75000Facebook followers, the stunning stallion has amassed quite a hefty fan following. So popular is the horse that an online gallery featuring artwork of him has been created.
Frederik’s claim to fame is noticeable seeing him appeared on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert and apparently has received many offers to appear in movies. His recent upcoming movie “Behind the Beauty” is to be released by the end of 2017.
The world is absolutely smitten with this sexy stallion. But maintaining those good looks is not an easy task. The mane itself takes three hours to wash, condition and dry. ‘That hair! It’s like someone crossed a horse with the hunky lead from a romance novel.’ Boredom Therapy.
The main attraction of all that time and effort is worth because Frederik gets a stud fee of more than $7500, according to the Daily Mail. You would be surprised to know the equine treasure’s legacy will continue with its first offspring born in August.