His Name Is Frederik The Great, And He’s The World’s Most Handsome Horse
This story originally appeared at Shareably.
Move over Hasselhoff, there’s a new contender in town who just might take the title for the world’s most handsome creature. Meet Frederik the Great. He’s a Friesian stallion with long, illustrious locks and a toned, muscular build.
The photogenic Friesian is well-known for his beauty. Frederik’s fan page on has over 26,000 likes on Facebook and his majestic look is known for surfacing all over the Internet.
He set me dreaming….. ~ ……signed Frederik the Great
Posted by Frederik the Great on Thursday, October 19, 2017
Nothing quite beats his long, jet black hair waving in the wind.
You can't cross the sea merely by standing and staring at the water. Have a Great Day signed, Frederik the Great
Posted by Frederik the Great on Tuesday, November 29, 2016
According to his owners, “Frederik is considered one of the most Photographic Friesians in the world, his beautiful Photographs taken by the amazing Photographer Cally Matherly has been admired by millions worldwide.”
My People are so precious, Lord; I know you think so, too….And I believe You put me here to love them just for…
Posted by Frederik the Great on Sunday, August 25, 2013
They call him “the Labrador in hooves” and he’s known as a gentle giant.
Just showing off for the girls behind me. Have a Great Weekend signed, Frederik the Great
Posted by Frederik the Great on Friday, January 20, 2017
His breeder is located in the Ozarks. This giant of the mountains often travels all over though for shows and booked events.
The Friesian stallion has almost gone extinct three times, according to his owners, which makes Frederik a rare one after all!
Even when we are tamed and trained, there always remains a spark of something wild ~ signed, Frederik the Great
Posted by Frederik the Great on Monday, February 22, 2016
Isn’t he strikingly handsome? Even mesmerizing?
A horse you could spend the rest of your life with…
"If I had a flower for every time I thought of you…. I could walk through my garden forever." ~ Alfred Tennyson ~ signed Frederik the Great
Posted by Frederik the Great on Saturday, January 10, 2015