Who doesn’t love the dramatic, long-maned Friesian horse? The breed’s regal appearance is the stuff of myth and legend brought to life in the modern age. Strict studbook standards require horses to be black with no white (except a small star, in some cases). Along with the horses’ muscular build, full mane and tail, and trademark feathering on the lower legs, the standard coloring means that when you get a group of Friesians together, it’s a bit like looking at a sea of clones. Beautiful, breathtaking clones.
371 Friesian horses took part in a ride at the beach.371 cavalli Frisoni in gita sulla spiaggia!
Posted by La pagina del Cavallo Frisone on Thursday, September 17, 2015
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