5 Friesian Horses for Sale in North Carolina US

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price: $20,000


DHF Elias Registered Friesian cross gelding DOB May 21st 2015 16h and still growing Sooty Buckskin Elias is looking for his next forever home. He is lightly started under saddle going Nicely going ... SEE MORE DETAILS found on Equine Now

Raleigh, NC, United States


price: $3,900

Sophia Registered Friesian Sporthorse

Gorgeous registered Friesian Sporthorse mare. Born June 2003. Approx sixteen hh. Was broke to cart at an early age and trail ridden for many years until she took time off to have a foal in 2015. Sh... SEE MORE DETAILS found on Equine Now

Hendersonville, NC, United States


price: $17,000

1st Premium Friesian Sport Horse Mare

first Premium Friesian Sporthorse Mare For Sale Zorro Got Raggid Born May 20th 2013 Sired by Zorro SD Erik 351 x Falke 291 16.2 hands Registered with the Friesian Heritage Horse Recent xrays on fil... SEE MORE DETAILS found on Equine Now

Cleveland, NC, United States


price: $15,000

Sporty and Modern Friesian Gelding

Very Motived Owner Open to Offers AAYR Friendly! Mel is still looking for his perfect home! This is a nice opportunity for someone to buy their dream Friesian on a budget! Melchior fan dald Loop Me... SEE MORE DETAILS found on Equine Now

Cleveland, NC, United States


price: $18,000

Rare Barock Pinto Stud Colt

Hans SVF Imported InUtero Barock Pinto Studbook Colt Foaled 4162017 Bob BP 25 x Bontfire BP06xx KWPN Hans is certainly a unique opportunity for the right buyer! Hans dam was imported from the Nethe... SEE MORE DETAILS found on Equine Now

Cleveland, NC, United States

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The Friesian (also Frisian) is a horse breed originating in Friesland, Netherlands. Although the breed's conformation resembles that of a light draft horse, Friesians are graceful and nimble for their size. During the Middle Ages, it is believed that the ancestors of Friesian horses were in great demand as war horses throughout continental Europe. Through the Early Middle Ages and High Middle Ages, their size enabled them to carry a knight in armor. In the Late Middle Ages, heavier, draft type animals were needed. Though the breed nearly became extinct on more than one occasion, the modern day Friesian horse is growing in numbers and popularity, used both in harness and under saddle. Most recently, the breed is being introduced to the field of dressage.

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