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Top Friesian Stallions HSC Overview


Top Friesian Stallions

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HSC's top Friesian stallions standing at stud. Check pedigree, registries, conformation and performance capability and standards, as well as the records of progeny

Locate and research FRIESIAN STALLIONS via our on site stallion search. You can also search by discipline or state where the stallion is standing. You may also wish to delve into the list of Archived Archived Freisian stallions.

PROMOTION:


You are invited to CREATE LISTINGS FOR YOUR OWN FRIEISAN STALLIONS. Every stallion ad is listed multiple times according to how site visitors search - by name of the stallion, by location and by successful disciplines too. Every owner is given a private page on the site, from which to enter and later to easily edit your own campaign, with 24/7 personal access. You won't have to wait on anyone to do anything first and updates can happen at your own convenience.

You may also run a featured ad for a small annual fee. Featured ads for stallions actually rotate on the homepage and are presented higher on each sorted site list and carry a direct link to your own site also. These ads offer space to tell folks about the stallion in great detail -- descriptions, pedigree, performance of stallion and progeny, stock for sale by stallion, videos, photo slide show and more. Well worth the small yearly fee, especially on a show site that ranks on all major search engines!

BREEDERS:

In American today, many fine Friesians have been and are still being imported. The disposition of Friesian stallions is gentle and tractable like most carriage horses, and indeed they were used as carriage horses throughout Europe (being one of Europe's oldest breeds). Tall, high-stepping, all black in color, with a lush mane and tail and feathers, Friesians appear magical fronting a carriage.

The popularity and numbers of the breed are still rapidly growing and many outstanding individuals are being bred in this country now. They are becoming increasingly popular as riding horses and can be found in numerous all breed show rings, as well as special Friesian competitions, across the USA. Almost all shows for the American Saddlebred, also offer varied classes for the Friesians, both riding and carriage.

There is also a growing interest and industry involving the Friesian-Bred (half purebred) so the services of the true to type stallions are much valued.

Most Breeders strive to produce Friesians with a small head, characteristic arched neck and defined
joints, and other valued breed characteristics, basically producing an animal ideal for both riding and carriage.

Other site pages that offer information about this breed:

Find Friesian horses for Sale
Find  Horse Shows
Find Stables/Farms/Ranches
Find  Horse Associations - Clubs
Find  Shopping - Business Products Services

You may wish to read about the Friesian Horse Breed with registry information about Friesian stallions, mares.

The lovely photo at the top of the page, courtesy of and copyright Karen Kinsley Studios

FRIESIAN STALLIONS BY STATE:


  Friesian in Michigan   (4)
  Friesian in Utah   (3)