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Friesian Sculpture

Friesian Sculpture - horses, dutch horse, animals, friesians, holland, friesland, netherlands
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spanish_girl Uploaded by spanish_girl on . Friesian Sculpture - Desktop Nexus Animals Download free wallpapers and background images: Friesian Sculpture. Desktop Nexus Animals background ID 141992. Rating: 4.2

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Posted by Tigerkaetzchen on 07/28/09 at 02:59 PM
Ahhhhh No,No No Frisians are no Dutch or German Horses they are Frisian Horse's ,the Frisians are a old Germanic tribe and today scatterd over Netherlands, Germany and Sweden they have there owen Language it is Plattdeutsch,:) ok ok that is enough local patriotism and even the Boys of Wikipedia says they are dutch (may my Frisian Ancestors sacrifice them on a Runestone to Odin ) :D...I like the pic of the Statue ...♥Besos♥ Melanie
Posted by Tigerkaetzchen on 07/28/09 at 02:57 PM
oh i forgot one thing the Frisian Horses of today descended from a crossbreed with Spanish Horses During the 16th and 17th centuries, when the Netherlands were shortly linked with Spain, there was less demand for heavy war horses as battle arms changed, Andalusian blood was added, lightening its weight and thereby rendering it more suitable (in terms of less food intake and waste output) for work as a more urban carriage horse. Friesians were also used by riding schools in France and Spain for high-school dressage, and they remain popular today for their gentle temperaments and proud appearance ,so your ancestors Beatriz gave Brutal Looking Warhorses a little Elegance ....
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Total Downloads: 293
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Uploaded By: spanish_girl
Date Uploaded: July 28, 2009
Filename: MTG-Friesian.jpg
Original Resolution: 2421x1746
File Size: 1.43MB
Category: Horses

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