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post #91 of 95 Old 09-05-2011, 07:17 PM
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Not sure how I feel about Friesians of Majesty. The promote the FPS in their logo yet breed FPZV stallions... And I do not care for the conformation or type of either of their stallions.

7 Outstanding Andalusian Champion Stallions, 3 Foundation Quarter Horse Stallions and 1 Friesian Stallion plus a myriad of mares! Its amazing I'm still sane!
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post #92 of 95 Old 09-15-2011, 08:58 AM
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OMG I love this thread...

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Yes it's true Friesians have very big trots and a rocking canter, they're sooo much fun to ride! I also have a QH & I had a Morgan, both are very forward moving & fast but the power of a Friesian is like no other...

How does the friesian trot (and canter) compare to Morgans? I hear many people complain about the friesian trot being too bouncy and powerful. But I rode at a morgan breeding barn for 2 years and rode many morgans trained for saddleseat and driving which had HUGE and fast trots and I really loved it. Is it much different and difficult to get used to? I've also ridden horses with that bouncy but unbalanced trot. So I guess i'm wondering in "which way" they are bouncy.
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OMG I love this thread...

How does the friesian trot (and canter) compare to Morgans? I hear many people complain about the friesian trot being too bouncy and powerful. But I rode at a morgan breeding barn for 2 years and rode many morgans trained for saddleseat and driving which had HUGE and fast trots and I really loved it. Is it much different and difficult to get used to? I've also ridden horses with that bouncy but unbalanced trot. So I guess i'm wondering in "which way" they are bouncy.
Can't comment on Fiesian's trot, but keep in mind that the Morgan is a gaited breed. Noted for it's smooth gaited ride which, along with being robust and durable, is what made the Morgan and Saddlebred the darlings of the US Cav well over 100 years ago.
Friesian's are not a gaited breed noted for the smooth extra gaits of the gaited breeds.
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post #94 of 95 Old 10-18-2011, 07:31 PM
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Friesians Rock!

I love Friesians as well I work on a farm in South Carolina where we have 20 friesians on site and 17 are ours we love them so much and are a joy to be around
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I love baron he is so gorgeous I meet him before he is so kind hearted and especially for a stallion
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