It is not purely a Friesian cross though,
Purpose of the Breed The purpose of blending of the Saddlebred with the draft or Friesian is to produce offspring that are the perfect blend, having the best of both "worlds", resulting in the heavier boned, "old fashioned" or Baroque saddlebred type; Such is the magnificent Georgian Grande. Registration requirements: The horse seeking registration must be the Produce of an IGGHR registered Sire and Dam OR The bloodlines must be a blend of the saddlebred with Friesian, Clydesdale, Shire, Percheron, or Belgian, or Irish Draught; Registered Drum Horses and Gypsy Vanners ("aka" Gypsy horses") are acceptable provided they are registered within their own breed and have proof of pedigree. Spotted Draft horses must be registered with a spotted draft horse registry and must have a pedigree background of registered Friesian, Percheron, Clydesdale, Shire, or Belgian breeding. Proof of pedigree required.
The percentage of saddlebred can be up to 75% but never less than 25%. Many times people ask IGGHR if they can register a horse that is part Arab, TB, Morgan,etc. The answer to that question is no; The horse must be a blend of one or more of the above mentioned Friesian or draft breeds and saddlebred. No other combination will be accepted. The "light" horse in the pedigree must be Saddlebred and Saddlebred only.
So breeding for a purpose, looking for a type, mmmm each to their own.
I own an Arab x Saddlebred, people so Oh she's an American Sport Horse, err no, she is a part bred Arab, seeing as she was born in Canada,
If a cross is done for a good reason, I have no issue, if you want to call it something, no skin off of my nose.