How Much Does A Friesian Horse Cost?

The first time I saw a Friesian horse I was visiting the home of a new friend who had just moved into town. I grew up around horses so I was very used to them but her horses were something I had never seen before.


General Information on Friesian Horses

Friesian horses are native to Friesland, Holland a province located in the Netherlands. Early they were bay or grey in color. But due to breeding practices they only come in one recognized color black.

What is the Friesian Horse Price and Ongoing Costs

The cost of purchasing one varies greatly depending on the type of horse you buy. Currently, purebred, pedigree Friesians will set you back anywhere between $7,000 for a yearling to $600,000 for a stallion that has qualifying offspring.

Factors Affecting Friesian Horse Cost

A lot goes into the purchase price of a Friesian. The Dutch Friesch Paarden Stamboek (aka the KFPS) is the authority on the Friesian pedigree. They are looking to have their pedigree recognized.

Friesian horses are a majestic, well-regulated breed. Factors affecting the cost of a Friesian horse depends on what you plan to use your Friesian for. Primarily whether or not pedigree and breeding ability is important to you.


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