I looked at the site expecting to see poorly conformed Friesian crosses, but I was pleasantly surprised, especially at the intelligent layout of the website.
They are probably one of the VERY VERY few farms that seem to actually know how to successfully cross the breed to create athletic, performance proving horses which is extremely rare in todays flooded market (for Friesian crosses, that is). I especially enjoyed the professionalism and obvious care that went into creating the site.
Definitely very odd that an unusual combination like that turned out so well. Although, from the angle the picture was taken at; it makes him look a bit front heavy which is the only unappealing thing that stands out to me (based on that one photo alone).
In those first pictures he looks nothing like that cross that put him together. It was interesting to see the last 2 pics. I would have never thought it was the same horse.
I have seen a lot of crazy crosses that turned out with beautiful horses. Some of them looked nothing like what they were meant to look like tho