The most beautiful horse - they say in the world. This horse lives in Turkey. I think all horses are amazingly beautiful, but I have to say this horse is groomed very well and he almost doesn't look real.
Turkey got the record of having the World's Most beautiful and astonishing looking horse. Here is the sample of the picture taken of the most beautiful gold color elegant horse in turkey.
Hoax or Fact:
Mixture of hoax and facts.
The message comes with a beautiful picture of shiny golden color horse accompanied by couple of women, and claims it to be the most beautiful horse in the world. The story is a mixture of hoax and facts.
This picture seems to have been taken from the website of mylifeisbrilliant.com, from an article titled 'Most Beautiful Horses in the World', which is an arbitrary collection. The horse is indeed beautiful, but there are no formal awards associated, calling it 'the most beautiful house' as such. The current picture of horse is listed at number 5 in the article, with a description of Akhal Teke Horse, Turkmenistan, not Turkey as mentioned in the message. But the D-2 sub marine images in the background suggest that it was taken in D-2 Narodovolets museum, St. Petersburg, Russia. The picture of horse could have been enhanced to a certain extent to increase its beautiful look, but it is indeed a real one. The other pictures of horse suggest the same.
The golden horse actually belongs to an interesting breed called Akhal Teke, which is known for its natural, beautiful, shining metallic coat. Horses belonging to this breed come in various colors, including bay, black, chestnut, palomino, cremello, perlino, and grey. These are mostly seen in Turkmenistan and Russia, and are noted for their speed and endurance in long marches. Because of this natural athleticism, Akhal Teke can be a sport horse, good at dressage, and is often used for show jumping, eventing, racing, and endurance riding. A Google search of Akhal Teke will show you many such good looking horse pictures belonging to Akhal Teke breed.