My hair isn't always shiny and long, but sometimes it comes out quite nice. These horses, though, have got me all beat and with ease. They've never used shampoo or conditioner, and have rarely had a bath. But somehow, their flowing hair and beautiful looks never cease to amaze me. Here are a few gorgeous horses with hair to match.
Friesians are amazing horses. It's little wonder that Martha Stewart owns them.
This is a mixed Friesian and Dutch Warmblood, a heritage that gives it unique coloring.
A breed known for long, flowing hair and feathered feet.
|An extremely beautiful breed of Spanish horses.|
|The only horse bred in Iceland, as no horses are allowed in the country. If one leaves, it may never return.|
These are some of the smallest ponies in the world, but are surprisingly strong and can still be used for riding.
Appaloosas are proof that it's not all about the mane, and their beautiful spotted coats are what made this breed famous.
Rocky Mountain horses
|A funny name, as this breed actually originated in Kentucky.|
|The tallest horse breed, these are optimal work horses, big and strong.|
These horses are easy to recognize, as they have a dark strip of hair going down the middle of their mane.
A small horse breed that hails from Austria and is barely bigger than a pony.
|Their name means 'fine step', and this breed is well known for the smoothness of its gait.|
|Descencded from Spanish horses, this breed of mustang is found in Oregon.|
|One of the oldest breeds on the American continent.|
Arabian horses are known for their beauty and uniquness of head shapes.
A little braiding never hurt anyone's style.
Don't worry little one, you'll have flowing locks soon enough.
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