Did Knights Use These Stallions for Battle?

Friesians, (pronounced Free-zhuh), they originated from the Netherlands and they are one of Europe’s oldest horse breeds. Yes, this breed was the choice battle horse of kings and possibly knights. Midnight black is most popular for this breed. They have a high-set neck, with an abundant and silky extra long, mane and tail. They are versatile, with powerful and high-stepping gates. Their strength, loyalty, and courage are beyond compare and they are a great companion for all ages.

Why am I posting this? You’ll have to stay tuned to this blog.

Take a moment and watch the short video. See for yourself how elegantly these majestic animals are.

 

 

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5 comments on “Did Knights Use These Stallions for Battle?

  1. That stallion looks both majestic and barbaric. I’m actually writing a book where the main character’s horse matches this look and traits, except for the overly long mane.

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