Friesian

previous   |   next
Add this breed to your favourite stuff
This feature requires you to be logged on horseclicks. You can login to your account or create a new account:.
Are you an expert on this breed?
This feature requires you to be logged on horseclicks. You can login to your account or create a new account:.
Send this breed to a friend!
Fill in the form below

your name:
your email:
friend name:
friend email:
comment:
 
Friesian [edit]

 

Origins 
The Friesian horse is one of the oldest European breeds native to the Netherlands. Originally used as a military horse by the Romans, the Friesian has also been used for riding, agricultural work, and as a cavalry and a carriage horse. The popularity of the Friesian horse declined and by the beginning of World War I was in danger of extinction, but revival of the breed began during World War II when there was a shortage of vehicles.
 
Height 
The Friesian Horse stands 15.3 to 16.3 hh.
 
Appearance 
The Friesian horse has a long head, strong body, full mane and thick tail. Friesians are powerfully muscled with agile with elegant movement. They are always black but can have a small white star on the forehead.
 
Temperament 
Friesian Horses are companionable, willing, hard-working and sensitive.
 
Uses
The Friesian horse is used for dressage, driving and as a circus horse. The Friesian is also good as a general riding horse.
 
Browse horses for sale or place an ad on Horseclicks now.
editing: Friesian [close]
This feature requires you to be logged on horseclicks. You can login to your account or create a new account:.
Add a new block [ add ]
adding: [ close ]
This feature requires you to be logged on horseclicks. You can login to your account or create a new account:.
horseclicks can not accept responsibility for Horses/ ponies stipulated as a certain breed that is not a pure bred with the correct papers

Friesian horses for sale
comments:  (0)
This feature requires you to be logged on horseclicks. You can login to your account or create a new account:.
No comments yet!
share:
Facebook
Twitter
RSS
Blog
Disclaimer HorseClicks is not responsible for any errors or incorrect information posted by its members and does not represent or share opinions of its members. Accessing this website signifies your agreement to be bound by the Terms of Service.©2014 Horseclicks.com - all rights reserved - a member of the Friday-Ad network
discover our partner websites: Farmingads USA | Horsemart | Kittenads | Forklifttruckmart USA
Memória Visual