I don’t think anyone has enjoyed fitness balls so much. A spectacular 4-year-old Friesian stallion, Zervas has a weakness in fitness balls. He has tried more than 20 balls since he was 11 months old. He usually rubs and stretches out and plays with the ball, but it’s really strange to see such a rare black horse playing with a colored ball. The only color that Friesian records in the pedigree register is black, which can range from very dark brown or dark brown to real black.
Many Friesians look black when the fur is shed or discolored by the sun or sweat. Friesian horses have been used as war horses for centuries, but they have a gentle attitude. They are ambitious and sociable students who want to please their owners. These characteristics are perfect for any horse. Frisians have a good temperament for riders of all levels. However, it should also be kept in mind that Friesian horses are difficult to clean and require a lot of care.
As you can see in the video, this freeze looks really pretty, which means that the owner has made a lot of effort to make it look very handsome and attractive. Friesian horses have a gentle and solid personality. It was used in old battles, so you might not think of it right away, but it’s true. They are loyal, kind and happy.
In fact, this type of horse is widely used for shooting due to its gentle nature and ability to be easily directed. But they were once endangered. By the end of the 20th century, they had almost disappeared all over the world. Fortunately, they now make up about 7% of the total horse population in the Netherlands. The very idea of losing such an old and magnificent variety is alarming. Check out these playful horses!