coming soon Letters for 2009 Friesian foals
8th March 2009
We are getting into foaling season once again. The letters for nameing your friesian foals this year are D, E or F.
coming soon Information about strangles
7th March 2009
Strangles is caused by the bacterium streptococcus equi and is one of the most common equine respiratory infections in the world. It is very dangerous and highly contagious. Some of the symptoms include; high temperature, dull, depression, nasal discharge, the horse can find breathing and eating difficult. The lymph nodes around the throat swell forming […]
coming soon Friesian Scotlands new stallion!
6th March 2009
We are pleased to present our latest addition to our list of permanent residents. He is our second stallion also named Oscar, 5 years old and standing at 15.2hh. We are currently breaking him for riding and he is doing exceptionally well, so much so that we are planning to show him this season!
coming soon Friesians in action at the Australian Equine and Livestock Event
5th March 2009
On the 21 February, the newly constructed Australian Equine and Livestock Events Centre in Tamworth, NSW, Australia, will be opened by the Governor General of Australia. The opening day includes an Equine Expo and Industry Showcase. The ANZFHS was invited to participate and will have a breed stand during the expo, from 9am4pm. Friesians will […]
coming soon Friesian Stallion Excels In The Markel trials
23rd February 2009
When hurricane force winds roared into the Kentucky Horse Park on the final day on the 2008 Markel/USEF National Young Horse Championships, there was one stallion who not only kept his cool, he performed his final test in the Developing Horse class with such focus, Markels John Sger commented “Now thats a horse I would […]
coming soon Couple fall in love with rare breed of horses

Tomé Horses arent exactly a rarity in Valencia County, especially in the grassy, sweeping Tomé valley. However, its probably safe to say that youve never seen horses like these. Couple Kendall Schneringer and Sonya Swing are the owners of Camelot Friesians. The business is family owned and operated and selects and refines Friesian breeding stock […]
coming soon World-class Friesian horse coming to Shelbyville

Everybody loves to get souvenirs when they travel to those far off places. When you go to the Netherlands, you can guess what kind of mementos are available in the land of Hans Brinker and tulips. But when Keith Johnson went earlier this month, he bought something besides flower bulbs, silver skates, tiny windmills or […]

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