Meet Frederik the Great, the Real-Life “Black Beauty” Who Can Steal Your Heart at First Sight

It isn’t hard to recognize beauty when it smacks you right in the face. Speaking of captivating beauty, meet Frederik the horse. This majestic stallion, born in the Netherlands, is considered to be one of the most beautiful creatures in the world, and rightly so. Frederik is a Friesian stallion, and his kind was considered nearly extinct on several occasions, which makes Frederik all the more special.

We at Bright Side were dazzled by Frederik’s mesmerizing beauty, and we believe you’ll agree that Frederik oozes with awe-inspiring elegance.

A breed saved from extinction

The breathtaking horse is a pure Friesian stallion, a breed that almost went extinct several times. Luckily, Frederik had his first offspring in 2015, so his amazing legacy will live on.

Living in the Ozark Mountains in Arkansas, Frederik the Great is a true Internet sensation, captivating everyone with his alluring, groomed hair, and his near-perfect muscular construction.

The stallion is nothing short of a celebrity.

Frederik is named after the eighteenth-century Prussian monarch Frederick the Great. He is 19 years old and was imported to the farm from the Netherlands when he was 6 years old. Since then, he went on to appear on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and has even received offers to star in a movie.

This amazing beast is owned by Stacy Nazario and lives on the Pinnacle Friesians farm in the mountains. “The gentle giant,” as Frederik is also called, often travels around the world for shows and booked events.

Frederik is quite the social media influencer.

Frederik, who many consider to be the most handsome horse in the world, also has a pretty impressive fan base with nearly 100,000 followers on Facebook and over 28,000 subscribers on his YouTube channel.

Do you agree that Frederik looks like something out of a fairy tale? Do you think that he really is the most handsome horse on the planet? Share your impressions with us in the comments below.

Preview photo credit Frederik the Great / Facebook
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