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post #1 of 81 Old 04-10-2011, 10:22 AM Thread Starter
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Fresian Cross

I like some..... Not all.... I like like ones that have like around the same build just like a different color. Like a blanket coat or a pinto coat or something like that. I love the black color and everything but if it is a cross I prefer it to be like a show-stopping, bold, amazing horse. Here are some examples of some I like:::

This is a cross Between a dutch warmblood and fresian? Kinda cool

Doesn't say other breed... Prettty though

TB X fresian
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post #2 of 81 Old 04-10-2011, 11:45 AM
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I agree. I like fresian crosses when they look like a fresian but are a differnt color. I love the 1st 2 pictures you posted.
this is a fresindale - a fresian clyde cross and the bay is a fresian warmblood cross
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I love that top picture! I love the looks and the stride! Looks like a very nice horse! :)
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I LOVE freisians! I want one (but I cannot afford) I rode one named Stider once (he was so smooth!) If your interested you can read this! It is a WHITE freisian. Not my info, but I thought that I would share because it is so cool!

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I dislike Friesian crosses. The premise behind the governing bodies is to not crossbreed, and I greatly respect that.
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Omg I would kill to own that bay.... :o
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post #7 of 81 Old 04-11-2011, 05:18 PM
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i dont know any friesian cross that i like. none of the ones i know are very athletic or nice tempered -[that just the ones i know - i know about 10 of them]

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There's a Friesian x cob at my riding school who I've ridden a few times and I would honestly buy him if I could. He's an amazing jumper, comes back to you so easily after a jump and is so comfy. He's a piebald and inherited the Friesian mane and tail but all the cob feather which looks stunning.

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Meh, there's a fine line. I've seen hundreds of ugly-as-sin Friesian crosses, yet people still pay out the wazoo for them (same with Gypsy crosses, I've noticed). They don't cross well with many other breeds. And a lot of them get a bad rap because so many people breed their low-end mares with Friesian stallions just to say they have a Friesian cross and it sounds fancy and all that. I kind of like the Appy. I don't see what's so special about the TBxFriesian, though.

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post #10 of 81 Old 04-11-2011, 05:54 PM
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someone I knew way back when had two Moresians (Morgan X Friesian). A mother and her colt.


But Some crosses are pretty. not sure on temperament as I have very limited experience with friesians or crosses

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