Friesian Mare for adoption
 
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As beautiful inside as out, Davina completely lives up to her famous name, but a blonde she is NOT!! This gorgeous mare is solid black, with the luxury mane and tail and feathered feet so characteristic of this ancient breed. Taught go ride , she was used as a broodmare by her previous owners. Davina has a sweet, loving and kind disposition, gets along with all our other mares, is a breeze to lead and to handle for the vet and farrier. Her face is one of the most lovely in a Friesian mare that I have seen, and she has lots of breed type. Also she is responsive under saddle, and has been ridden in an Albion XW, and a 16 Circle Y with full Quarter horse bars, snaffle, and bosal. Although not taken by us onto the woodland trails, she has been ridden here on the farm, around heavy machinery, cars going by on the road just a car length away, etc. Davina sire is the approved Friesian stallion Thomas 327, whose offspring are somewhat rare here in the states as he resides in the Netherlands and died young from a traffic accident. Here is a gorgeous brilliant ebony mare who shines in the sun like a black diamond--shes sure to noticed in the ring --and she is CHILD SAFE.....

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