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green apples are a friesian horse's favorite food they also love watermelon a lot!

i used to own 8 friesian horse's and 12 Arabian and guarterhorse's

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Are friesian horses gaited?

No Friesian horses are not born gaited.

How are Friesian horses useful to humans?

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When did Friesian horses originate?

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Where is the geograph locations of friesian horse?

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The Friesian horse dates back to the early 1600's. It's a cross between West German horses and the Andalusian horses. These horses were bred by the monks of Friesland, a province in the Netherlands.

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i think that horses don't have a favorite food they eat what they eat to bad its my science fair project yep

Can friesian horses live in Singapore?

Yes, if properly cared for a horse can live almost anywhere.

What is the scientific name for Friesian Horse?

As for all domestic horses, a Friesan is classified as Equus caballus.

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