The Black Forest horses have an amazing golden mane that goes well with their chestnut coat.
This breed of horse has been mentioned in the historical archives, they have developed over the centuries in the southwest of Germany.
But, unfortunately, at the moment they are on the verge of extinction.
In 2017 alone, about 80 stallions and 1,000 mares were recorded in the archive.
But, in the near future, an increase in numbers is expected due to their careful breeding.
A lot of people have devoted their lives to this breed of horses, their goal is to save them from extinction.
They are not as strong as our ordinary horses, but they are quite strong, freedom-loving.
They have a lot of power in their bodies, but that doesn’t stop them from being sweet and patient.
On average, their growth is measured from 14.3 to 16 hands.
Black Forest horses are the perfect option for those who are entering the world of riding for the first time.
Their kind nature helps beginners in this business. Mostly people use them for riding, but also for carriage riding.