This horse breed is mentioned in historical records.
Black Forest horses have a beautiful golden mane that complements their chestnut coat.
This horse breed is mentioned in historical records; it developed over the centuries in the southwest of Germany. Unfortunately, at the moment they are on the verge of extinction.
In 2017, about 80 stallions and 1,000 mares were registered in the archive. However, due to careful selection, an increase in numbers is expected in the near future. Many people have dedicated their lives to saving this horse breed from extinction.
They are not as strong as our ordinary horses, but strong enough and free-spirited. They have a lot of strength, but this does not prevent them from being sweet and patient. Their growth ranges on average from 14.3 to 16 hands. .
Black Forest horses are an excellent choice for those who are new to the world of riding. Their friendly demeanor helps newcomers to the industry. They are mainly used for riding, but they can also be used for carriage rides.