6 most beautiful horse breeds in the world

Horses have been played a large role in human cultures throughout a long history. The strong companionship between man and horse has earned tons of recognition and honor for horses because they have done a great contribution towards mankind in several ways such as agriculture, leisure activities, productivity, and working purposes.

Horses are exceptionally beautiful kinds of animals that have such a huge range of breeds. When it comes to their appearance, few unique horse breeds have little extraordinary beauty in their appearance. Have you ever thought of which horse breeds are the most charming? Well! We have listed the most beautiful horse breeds in the equine world.

  1. Andalusian Horse

The Andalusian horses are known as ‘Pure Spanish Horse’ where the roots in the Iberian Peninsula. They have long, thick manes and tails which help them to build strength.

Andalusians are capable of high-level classical dressage movements. Also throughout the past, they have been known prowess as a warhorse, and were prized by the generosity.

2. Gypsy horse

Gypsy is a type of domestic horse that has a stocky, beautiful, powerful & draft-type build body. They are also known as ‘Traditional Gypsy cob’, ‘Irish Cob’ & ‘Gypsy Vanned’ & they have 25 years of life expectancy.

Among other breeds, Gypsies are extremely friendly & bondable with humans. This breed is highly cherished for its feathering and the long hair that starts below the knee and flows over the hooves.

3. The Arabian Horse

The Arabian horse can be recognized among other breeds by their distinctive chiseled head shape, short back with sloping shoulders & high tail carriage appearance.

Archeological evidence has proved that, this breed can be traced back at least 5000 years. So they are one of the oldest horse breeds in the world Native to Arabian Peninsula. Arabian horses have strong bones, speed, refinement, endurance body.

4. Knabstrupper Horse

Knabstrupper, also known as ‘Knabstrup’, is a Danish breed horse firstly established in 1812.  The dramatic spotted coat in their body is caused by a genetic mechanism called ‘leopard complex’. 

Knabstruppers are used in general riding, as carriage, and as circus horses. Also, this breed does well in dressage and show jumping. They have been crossbred many times with other horses.

5. Akhal-Teke

Akhal-Teke horse breed was developed for endurance and speed & they are originated in Turkmenistan. Their shiny body coat has earned them the nickname of “Golden Horses”.

Besides being beautiful, they are actually adapted particularly to survive in many climate conditions.  Flat-muscled build, Fine-boned, narrow head and neck is unique to Akhal-Teke’s and can be found in Turkmenistan and Russia.

6. Morgan

The Morgan’s are exceptionally cooperative breed, comes with a strong, compact body and refined features.  This horse breed was developed in the United States & has served to America as Calvary horse in the American Civil War, general riding animal, and as a coach horse.

Morgan’s come with equine colors mainly like bay, black, and chestnut color.  Their expressive eyes, Small ears, and crested neck will attract others to their appearance.