Friesian breed - Horse mare 13906 is a breed of cold-blooded horses from the historical land of Friesland (in today's Netherlands), from which they got their name, from the region they come from and are one of the oldest horse breeds in Europe. A characteristic feature of these horses is their black color, lush mane, tail and long hair on the limbs, typical of Friesian horses. The Friesian mare from the Schleich® Horse Club series has intricately braided pigtails at its hocks, making it a unique specimen for collectors. The mare from the Schleich® Horse Club series impresses with its majestic silhouette, typical of large, graceful Friesian horses.
Friesian horses are large and strong, but have a friendly and very gentle nature.
- Scientific name: Equus ferus caballus
- Area of occurrence: The whole world
- Species conservation status: domestic
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