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This is the beautiful horsey side, and said is the stinky bull side. Have a nice day smelling terrible. High hooves, Klaus! High hooves, Greta!
  —Hans, to Ferdinand [src]  

Hans is an Austrian Lipizzan stallion in Ferdinand who is friends with Greta and Klaus.

He is voiced by Flula Borg.

Physical Appearance

Hans Render

Hans' whole body

Hans is a Lipizza stallion with a shiny grey coat and a white mane that is styled with a lock of wavy bangs. He has a slender snout, a darker muzzle and hazel eyes. He appears to have slight discoloration under his belly, with patches of slightly lighter fur. Often seen with arched brows, he has a somewhat smug look. Unlike Klaus, Hans has a smaller, more lithe stature.

Personality

This is the beautiful horsey side, and said is the stinky bull side. Have a nice day smelling terrible.
  —Hans insulting Ferdinand [src]  

Alongside Klaus and Greta, Hans is very narcissistic and has a somewhat arrogant and elitist view of his own breed and looks down on other animal species. He openly insults them and uses rude, derogatory terms, while flaunting his own appearance. And he is also known as haughty, aggravating, narcissistic, shrewd, harsh, assertive, narrow-minded and snarky. His voice actor, Borg, even calls him "trashes-talking". [1]

It can be inferred that he is the leader, or more dominant figure, of the horses as the duo follows his actions and side with him constantly. In addition, he is more aggressive and a bigger loudmouth than the rest.

Memorable Quotes

This is the beautiful horsey side, and said is the stinky bull side. Have a nice day smelling terrible. High hooves, Klaus! High hooves, Greta!
  —Hans, to Ferdinand [src]  
I bet his parents were't even related
  —Hans about Ferdinand [src]  

Gallery

This is the beautiful horsey side The Ferdinand Wiki has a collection of images and media related to Hans.


References

  1. @flula. Catch me now as Hans, a Trashes-Talking Horse, in the new #Ferdinand Trailer!! Coming to Theaters Dezember 15! . (June 15, 2017). Twitter. Retrieved June 16, 2017.

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