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  • Lindsey Tucker

    Maybe someday I'll have my dream horse - Black Friesian Stallion

  • Awilda Harris

    Friesian ~Originated from Friesland in the Netherlands ~Draft horses ~All black, rarely born with any white horses

  • Meredith Seidl

    The Friesian is a recovering breed and today the Friesian is in a period of revival; there are about 25,000 Friesians globally, most of them in The Netherlands. Friesian horses were brought to North America by Dutch settlers in the 1600s. A separate purebred population was not maintained, however, and the Friesian became extinct in this country. Three hundred years later, in the 1970s, the breed was reintroduced to North America by driving enthusiasts.

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