Horses are magnificent creatures, but the Friesian stallion has to be one of the most enchanting horse breeds. These stunning horses have jet black coats that sparkle in the sunlight. It looks like a scene from a fairytale when they’re galloping across a field. Two Friesian horses are the only thing better than one Friesian horse! And this video demonstrates why.
The Friesian horse originated in Friesland, Netherlands, and was strong enough to carry a knight in shining armor during the Middle Ages. Throughout Europe at the time, the horse was in high demand as a warhorse. The grace and prowess of this horse show that it is not only a beauty but also a fine riding horse, and it has become a relative newcomer in the world of dressage.
We’ll get to that for those who don’t know what dressage is.
The Friesian is about 15.3 hands tall and is known for its jet black coat, but this isn’t always the case. Many Friesians are chestnut, and they may or may not have the red gene.
Full-bred Friesians will never have white markings. To be considered a full-bred Friesian, the horses must go through a rigorous approval process.
Another stunning feature is the feathered silky hair on their lower legs. These winter boots, purposefully left uncut, give the horse a graceful presence as they prance around the field.
These horses are regal and flamboyant, and they’re made for the big screen.
It’s like something out of a fairy tale with how these horses look and prance around.
This horse could easily be a prince’s pride as he searches for his princess. On his trusty steed, he roams the countryside, fighting all manner of evil.
This horse could also be the warhorse of a mighty rogue knight out for vengeance, thanks to its gleaming jet black coat. I’m confident that anyone who crosses their path will recoil in awe and move out of the way.
The Friesian has a cinematic quality to it. These horses appear to be made for movies and television, with their jet black coats and silky, gleaming manes.
The movie lights reflect off the shiny coat and onto the screen. They can sometimes outglow their famous movie star scene partners to the point where they steal the show.
The horses were trained to pass through two-foot “channels” after their riders fell off, according to horse mistress Camilla Naprous, who was in charge of all the horses on HBO’s Game Of Thrones.
This taught the horses to avoid colliding with the actors and camera operators during the tense battle scenes.
In this video, two horses are let loose in a field for the first time. The two wild stallions prance around and sniff each other out as they dance and prance around.
These two appear to be identical to the naked eye. There are times when they appear to be staring at their own reflection in a mirror. It’s a sight to behold.
Let us now turn our attention to dressage. This is a serious equestrian sport in which the horse and rider create an art. In competition, the horse and rider must memorize a series of predetermined movements.
Dressage may have been seen during the Olympics. True masters of the sport execute the routine as a single unit. It’s truly amazing to witness.
These two stunning young ladies are on their way to becoming movie stars or Olympic athletes. Even if they don’t reach those dizzying heights, we can still enjoy watching them play in the field.
It’s a breathtaking sight to behold. Any horse enthusiast will agree.
This video will appeal to Game of Thrones and fairytale fans alike. These horses are magnificent, and it’s fascinating to see how well they get along and interact with one another.