The Frederiksborger, the elegant, Baroque thoroughbred
The Frederiksborger (or Fredriksborger) is Denmark’s oldest breed. Originally, the Frederiksborger was a cross between Spanish, Neapolitan and local horses. From the 19th century they were crossed with English half-breds to improve endurance and toughness and with Arabian horses to refine their appearance.
His head is very speaking, the muzzle is wide and the straight lines of the head often border on convex. The neck is powerful and usually crested and is set high on strong shoulders. The withers are not high and the back, while long, has a strong loin. The hindquarters are broad and deep and the croup is level. The level top line and high set-set neck of the Frederiksborger belie is showy trot. The legs are solid and square, a little more than half the horse's height. The tail is well-carried. His size is approx. 1,65 mtr.
His build makes it difficult to find a suitable blanket. FryskWare blankets have especially been designed for these type of baroque horses. Both fit, cut and functionality match the properties and characteristics of this type of baroque horse.
Winter & Rain Ware
The Fryskware winter blankets have a smooth, antibacterial, temperature regulating lining that avoids chafing.
The Fryskware winter blankets have a smooth, antibacterial, temperature regulating lining that avoids chafing. Functional technology
The Fryskware summer blankets have a UV-resistant coating avoiding sunburn, protecting the fur colour. The Frisian black remains black, the Baroque horse keeps its colour.