7 Most Beautiful Horse Breeds Around The World

Arabian Horse

Arabian horses are classic horse breeds with a rich history. Many recognize them for their endurance, slim frame, and lovely looks. Most racing breeds have Arabian horse DNA. 

Marwari Horse

The Marwar breed's large, curled, inward-turning ears characterize it. Arab horses and local ponies were crossed to create the breed. The most common coat colors are bay and chestnut. 

Andalusian Horse

This magnificent breed, from Spain and Portugal, is known for its mane and tail and hasn't altered much throughout the years. These gray or black horses are smart. Andalusian horses are utilized in dressage and other performances.

Friesian Horse

These horses are employed in dressage and other performance riding because to their graceful movements. They seem royal with their muscular bodies and beautiful gaits. 

Akhal-Teke Horse

Akhal-Teke horses are among the oldest. Being bred for power and agility created an attractive, unusual horse. These horses have strong bones and shiny coats. Only 6,000 of these Turkmenistan desert-bred animals remain.

Gypsy Vanner Horse

British Gypsy Vanner Horses are known for their magnificent manes and tails. As with cows, Galineers Cobs come in many colors, but black and white are the most popular. Pinto-like coats, but heavier and stronger than other breeds. 

Haflinger Horse

These horses stand 13-15 hands tall with polished heads, large chests, and slanted shoulders. The chestnut body and flaxen mane and tail of a Haflinger provide a striking contrast.