Friesians are meant to pull things, not as riding horses. So as a generalization for the breed they are strong in front and tend to pull and be heavy in the hand. Some horses are getting bred more towards riding and more specifically dressage but they are mostly unsuitable as they move "out" behind and do not bend at the hocks and carry as much as is needed to make a successful dressage horse.
This horse is NOT a good Friesian type for riding, or breeding, or anything really. And why are they breeding it?? Just because it's registered doesn't mean its uterus needs to be occupied....
For $10,000, you can find yourself a nice, well trained, broke to death, black Quarter Horse that's going to be sound sound sound and super safe on the trails. Just let his mane and feathers grow out and he'll look almost like a Friesian :P
They say money doesn't buy happiness -- well happiness doesn't buy horses!