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Friesian Horse Breed Profile
The Friesian is of of the oldest European breeds, and has been used for many tasks including farm work and cavalry use. The Friesian was almost extinct after World War I but was revived during World War II when motorizes vehicles were in short supply.
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Origins: The Friesian horse is one of the oldest European breeds native to the Netherlands. It has been used for riding, agricultural work and as a cavalry horse.
Characteristics: Long head, strong body, full mane and thick tail. Fast high stepping trot
Height: 14.3 to 15.3 hands
Color: Black but can have a small white star
Personality: Quiet, willing, hard-working and sensitive
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