Horse has incredibly long blonde hair, similar to Rapunzel from a mythical story
Haflinger horses, which were developed in the 17th century in Austria and northern Italy, have traditionally distinguished themselves from other equines with their thick manes.
As twigs and other debris can get trapped in them when the horse is running, these manes are typically clipped or tied in pigtails.
Yet, if unattended, they have the potential to grow as long as a meter.
Yet Storm, the horse, has a mane that even Rapunzel would definitely envious of.
The majority of Haflingers only have wavy manes as young foals; as they get older, the hair straightens.
Storm’s mane, though, continued to be curly and wavey.
And Naomi Beckers, the 24-year-old owner of Storm from Limburg in the Netherlands, has nearly the same haircut as her equine.
Beckers and Storm are a stunning couple when they are together.
Photographer Priscilla Gijsberts just discovered this couple over Instagram and fell in love with their images.
Later, she ran into them in Limburg, where she shot this gorgeous photo shoot.
Storm had a mane like that for six years.
Sometimes Naomi braids her hair, which makes it even more wavy, to keep it away from the horse.