I think having a chesnut friesian would be neat, just because its so rare. I actually rode a 3 year old friesian mare who was for sale. I had made an appointment to come by and look at the horses, but apparently the trainer who showed her to me thought I could actually afford her. She wasn't a true black, but a very dark brown really, which could only be seen in her belly and flanks. Because of this, she was priced at $10,000. She said it was a steal and was because of her color "flaw". She was well started under saddle and the most wonderful ride I've ever had. Even though I admit that is a very good price for a started friesian of that quality (she was gorgeous), $10,000 is still quite pricey for me, especially at the time. And yeah, Obizuth was very cute. I really like the stallion though.
I love Friesians soooo much. Now no hating this is only in good fun, but I did purchase a bumper sticker that says "if its not a Friesian, its just a horse" I love it! I can't wait to have my own Friesian soon