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post #11 of 95 Old 08-06-2010, 11:04 PM
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We'd love to see a picture of Max too! =)
Aww let's hope it'll be a nice weather tomorrow so I can make some new photos!


And also I was surprised when I saw this thread being in the "drafts" section, here in Europe friesians are considered warmbloods. So I was wondering (that's a question to everybody), what do people consider friesians there where you live?
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post #12 of 95 Old 08-06-2010, 11:24 PM Thread Starter
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Thank you! =)
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Warmbloods... I couldn't find a warmblood sections so I posted the link on drafts because Friesians are light draft horse.
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post #14 of 95 Old 08-06-2010, 11:41 PM
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True there's not really a better place where to put this thread.
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post #15 of 95 Old 08-06-2010, 11:43 PM
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I love them(: they're so sweet and beautiful, if I could have two horses that would probably be one of my choices but not formy first horse because they're trot is HUGE hah(;
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I love them(: they're so sweet and beautiful, if I could have two horses that would probably be one of my choices but not formy first horse because they're trot is HUGE hah(;
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Uh, I had big problems managing to stay in the saddle when I first trotted a friesian. I'd been riding horses for 15 years at that time and I still had to hold the saddle not to bounce off But now after getting used to it I can say I don't know a more comfortable trot. I just wasn't used to it. My horse's trot is SO slow, everytime we're trotting with other horses out on terrain, the other guys are like tatatatatata and I wonder how do they manage to raise to trot so quickly. I go like ta........ ta........ ta........ comfy, superb.
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post #17 of 95 Old 08-07-2010, 12:39 AM Thread Starter
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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...
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post #18 of 95 Old 08-07-2010, 12:44 AM
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your horse is beautiful! I've always wanted a friesian. It seems like they are becoming very popular all of a sudden though. I went to the midwest horse fair this year and there were tons of them walking around. I was in heaven!
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He's beautiful, but then I'm partial to gorgeous black horses.

I used to want a Friesian, until I got my Perchie - he's my dream horse, plus he has tons of mane and feather so people often mistake him for one...though how they can't tell the difference I don't know.
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post #20 of 95 Old 08-10-2010, 11:36 PM Thread Starter
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Percherons are so big! I can understand the confusion... LOL, I've had people ask me if my Friesian was a Morgan & an Arab before, apparently not everyone are horse lovers like us.. Ninjahorse, they really are getting more popular; a girl down the street from me just bought one too. I've always been in love with Friesian, Xander's a dream come true. Thanks guys! =)
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