Schleich - Frisian stallion
Sophisticated in sable, Frisians are showy and slender.
Item size: 5.31 × 1.77 × 4.53 inch (W/D/H)
- Binomial name: Equus ferus
- Conservations status: Domesticated [do]
- Global Home: Worldwide
When foals are first born, they can't eat grass because their long legs make it impossible for them to reach it.
Originally from the Netherlands, ancestors of the modern-day Frisians valiantly carried Knights into battle, humbly worked on the farm, and victoriously competed in trotting races. Now, Frisians hold the privilege of serving as carriage horses, dressage competitors, circus participants, and many more. This active horse has countless desirable features including 'feathers' on their lower legs, thick manes and tails, healthy bone structure, good carriage, and willing temperaments. Ranging between fourteen and seventeen hands, this breed boasts a beautiful trot.