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Tall FHANA-FPS Friesian Colt (star dam)
Owen is a pure Friesian colt registered with FHANA and FPS. He is very tall with fine long leg and therefore would make a great approved stallion or Dressage prospect. His sire, approved stallion and sport horse Fridse 423, is the tallest Friesian in North America and is tied with one other in the world. We imported his dam, Nellie W. of Ulke 338, from Holland. She is an incredible star mare who has a wonderful and sensible disposition that anyone would be fond of. Owen wants to be *YOUR* amazing friend and champion. If you would like more info/pictures of him or some of Nellie, please email us. We also are happy to welcome visitors if you would like to meet him.
Ad Type:For Sale
Status:Available
Name:Owen
Breed:Friesian
Gender:Stallion
Color:Black
Height:14.0 hands
Temperament:3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Age:7 mths
Registered:Yes
Country:United States of America
Price:$ 12,000
Location:Harrisoburg, VA 22801
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