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Friesian horses, Gelding, 9 years, 15.1 hh, Black Dressage - Baroque - Leisure - Driving
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Friesian horses, Stallion, 4 years, 16 hh, Black Dressage - Show - Leisure - Driving
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Friesian horses, Mare, 15 years, 16 hh, Black Leisure - Driving
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Friesian horses, Mare, 16 years, 16.2 hh, Black beautiful friesian
F: HARMEN 424 STB SPORT | MF: LEFFERT 306 STB SPORT + PREFERENT
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Friesian horses, Mare, 4 years, 16 hh, Black Dressage
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Friesian horses Mix, Gelding, 3 years, Palomino Lucky 3 yr old 16.3hh Freisan x Belgian QH Palomino GeldingTrail - Versatility Ranch Horse - Western - Leisure
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Rebersburg, PA
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Friesian horses, Gelding, 9 years, Black Charlie 9 year old 15.2hh Black Friesian GeldingTrail - Versatility Ranch Horse - Leisure - Driving
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Crab Orchard, KY
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Friesian horses, Mare, 4 years, 16 hh, Black 4 yr old Full paper Friesian Mare
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Chagrin Falls, Ohio
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Friesian horses, Mare, 4 years, 16 hh, Black Jitske full papered 4 yr old Friesian Mare
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Chagrin Falls, Ohio
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Friesian horses, Gelding, 4 years, 16.1 hh, Black Jelmer fan Wieke's Hiem 4 yr old Friesian Gelding
F: BENE 476 SPORT | MF: OLOF 315 SPORT PREF
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Black Friesian Imports LLC
US-44023
Chagrin Falls, Ohio
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Friesian horses, Mare, 12 years, 16 hh, Brown Registered Georgian Grande Trail English Western Dressage JumpingTrail - English Pleasure - Jumping - Dressage
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Ocala, FL
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Friesian horses Mix, Gelding, 8 years, Grullo Riggin 8 years old 15.3hh Grulla Brindle Friesian/QH GeldingTrail - Versatility Ranch Horse - Jumping - Leisure
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Friesian horses, Mare, 4 years, 16 hh, Black Jente, Stamboak Friesian Mare by Wytse 462 Sport
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Chagrin Falls
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Friesian horses, Gelding, 9 years, 15.2 hh, Black Ty 8 yr. old 15.2hh Friesian Black GeldingTrail - Western - Leisure - Driving
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Millersburg, OH
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Friesian horses Mix, Gelding, 10 years, Black Sheriff 9yrs old Friesian/Draft Cross 15.3hh Black GeldingVersatility Ranch Horse - Trail - Western - Leisure
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Millerstown, PA
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Members of the Friesian horse breed are beautiful and charismatic, with plenty of presence. They were originally bred in the Friesland province of the Netherlands. It is now not unusual to buy a Friesian in many parts of the world as a driving horse or for use in displays and shows, as they excel in both spheres. Their active trot and balanced self-carriage are always eye-catching whether they are used for driving or riding, and their long, flowing manes and tails make them much sought-after for television and the movies. They are compact horses, which means they are an excellent choice for advanced dressage and haute école for experienced riders. Pure-bred Friesians are always black, with no white markings allowed on registered stallions, though it is acceptable to sell a Friesian mare or # gelding with a small star.

Origin and history of breeding Friesian horses

Like many breeds, the origins of the Friesian are hazy until early modern times. It has been argued that Friesian horses are the descendants of horses belonging to the Iron Age tribes that occupied the area in pre-Roman times. After the Roman occupation, some of the men and horses from the region were sent to Hadrian’s Wall as auxiliary cavalry. It’s certainly true that the tribes of the lower Rhine area were excellent cavalrymen, and the Batavians in particular had a reputation that was so high they became Caesar’s imperial horse guard. However, much of the information is conjectural. It's likely that ancestors of the Friesian horse were used as warhorses and riding horses during medieval times. The picture becomes clearer during the 16th and 17th centuries, when the area that is now the Netherlands came under Spanish rule and their horses influenced the foundation of the breed. In modern times, Friesians were the horse of choice for farmers since they could do agricultural work and also take part in trotting races. They were also beautiful in appearance and easy to keep, thus drawing parallels with another excellent all-rounder, the Cleveland Bay, bred by Yorkshire farmers. The Friesian studbook was formed in 1879.

Friesian horses in equestrianism

Now that horses are no longer required in agriculture, the handsome Friesian still finds plenty of work in the media. These stunning looking horses are much in demand for carriage and coach work, as well as being dressage and High School stars. They thrive on work and new challenges, needing plenty to occupy them.

Use and characteristics of Friesian horses

Friesian horses average 15.3 hands (63 inches, 160 cm), though in recent years it has become common to buy a Friesian that is taller, up to 17hh (68 inches/173 cm), particularly for use in shows. They weigh between 1,250 – 1450 pounds. Although they are strong and sturdy horses, they always look extremely elegant due to their compact shape, naturally arched neck and full mane and tail, creating an overall impression of grace combined with boldness and strength. They have powerful quarters and shoulders, good strong bone, and excellent feet, all highly desirable qualities that undoubtedly assist to sell a Friesian. Their heads are beautiful, with an alert expression and long, tapering ears. Friesians will normally have some feather, though not to the same degree as cobs or draught horses, and feathering is a breed characteristic. Their appearance indicates Spanish ancestry, which most likely dates to the period when the Netherlands was under Spanish rule. Today, Friesians are often categorised with Spanish, Portuguese and other “Baroque” breeds in dressage and similar events. They are especially noted for their stunning, elevated trot.

Interior of Friesian horses

Friesian horses are known to be gentle, loyal and intelligent companions. They have an eagerness to please humans, making it easy to train them for tasks such as dressage or light carriage work. Additionally, they possess a sharp intellect that allows them to learn quickly and grasp concepts with ease - perfect for providing hours of enjoyment in riding activities! Their gentle nature makes them ideal family pets. Friesian horses thrive off close human connections and enjoy being showered with attention. Coupled with their even temperaments, these horses make excellent companions both in the stable and the jumping arena! Friesians are sensitive creatures too - they respond well to positive reinforcement techniques such as praise and rewards. This means that owners can effectively use rewards-based approaches when training their equines, leading to better overall results than punishment-based methods. An additional trait of Friesian horses is their remarkable trustworthiness - once you have gained their respect, these horses will remain loyal companions for life. They can easily form deep bonds with riders, allowing them to feel secure and safe in any activity or challenging situations - something which many horse owners appreciate highly! In summary, Friesian horses offer much more than just their physical beauty - they provide comfort, loyalty and intelligence that has been treasured by riders over centuries. With all their wonderful qualities, it's no wonder why these equines continue to be so popular today!

Exterior of Friesian horses

Friesian horses boast an impressive appearance which has made them a favorite amongst horse lovers for centuries. These majestic creatures typically stand between 15 to 17 hands high, although some specimens can reach up to 18 hands! Along with their height, Friesian horses are characterized by their long legs and feathered feet - both of which only add to the beauty of their exterior. Another feature that sets Friesian horses apart is their deep black coat, which often appears glossy or shiny in the sun. This dark color is complemented by a sharp white blaze running down the face, as well as a long mane and tail that flow majestically behind them. Moreover, these horses also have heavy feathering around the fetlocks, hocks and cannon bones - all of which add up to make them stunning to behold! Uniquely enough, Friesian horses tend to display different markings depending on their age or gender. Therefore it's not uncommon for young foals or stallions to carry additional white markings such as stars across the forehead or socks around their hooves. Such traits give each individual animal its own charm, no two Friesian horses are quite alike! In conclusion, it's easy to see why Friesian horses have been so beloved throughout history, not only does this breed have an elegant beauty about them but they also possess a unique set of features which set them apart from other equines. With many variations in color and pattern coming together harmoniously on a single animal, these majestic creatures truly deserve recognition as one of nature’s most beautiful creations!

History of Friesian horses

Friesian horses have a long and storied history, first appearing in ancient records dating back to the 12th century. During this period, these majestic creatures were used as warhorses for many of Europe's royal families. Their strength and agility served them well in battle, often overpowering opponents with their size and speed. The Friesian breed eventually made its way to North America during the 17th century when settlers brought them over from Europe. Here they became popular amongst farmers and ranchers due to their versatility; they could easily be used for light work such as plowing fields or pulling carts. Although traditionally bred as workhorses, Friesian horses began to gain fame in the 19th century for their striking good looks - a trait which was highly sought after at horse shows across the world. As a result, breeding programs were set up in order to preserve this beloved animal’s beauty, leading to the modern Friesian horses we know and love today! The Friesian's popularity has only grown throughout the years; today they are seen not just at shows but also on movie sets and as companion animals for many happy owners. These noble equines have even been dubbed “the knight’s horse” due to their historic ancestry and classic grace - something that can be appreciated by anyone who takes the time to appreciate them!

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