If you love fairytales, you must have heard about winged-horse flying down from heaven. Even you must have come across several mythical stories of unicorns. These horses are imagined and visualized to be the prettiest that will make you fall in love with them.
In this age of social media, you must have seen videos and pictures of pretty horses from different corners of the world. Horses are generally found with coat colours of black, white, and brown and a mixture of all colours in different textures. But, have you ever seen a silver-shining horse?
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Here we bring a video that will leave your jaws dropped.
The video shows a playful horse with a silver coat in an enclosed barn. As it seems, the horse is glittering under the sun's rays. As claimed, the visual is from Pakistan and is an Akhal-Teke horse which is considered one of the most beautiful horses for its almost metallic coat.
Belleza blanca pic.twitter.com/cs5neP7fB6— Solo para Curiosos (@Solocuriosos_1) February 5, 2023
One user briefing the details about the horse breed wrote: The horse of Turkmenistan, where it is considered their national emblem, is characterized by speed, endurance, and extraordinary heat resistance. This breed is considered the most beautiful in the world. It has a distinctive metallic lustre, so it was called the golden horse. (sic)
However, the authenticity behind the claims couldn’t be verified.
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The video shared on Twitter by Solo para Curiosos seems to be an old one. However, it has resurfaced again on social media with netizens sharing the video massively. The video has been viewed over 7.5 million times and netizens have also shared hilarious comments.
One user wrote, “Its what happened when God adds 3000$ metallic paint option on horse factory.” (sic)
Another wrote, “This looks like a cross breed between a horse and ChatGPT.” (sic)
“Why wasn't that horse in The Lord Of the Rings movie?” wrote a third user. (sic)