The Lipizzaner, the proud, Baroque crossbreed
The Lipizzaner (or Lippizan) is a Baroque crossbreed. The Lipizzan breed dates back to the 16th century, when it was developed with the support of the Habsburg nobility. The breed takes its name from one of the earliest stud farms established, located near the Karst Plateau village of Lipica (spelled "Lipizza" in Italian), in modern-day Slovenia.
Lipizzaners have a long head with a straight or slightly convex profile. The jaw is deep, the ears small, the eyes large and expressive and the nostrils flared. They have a neck that is sturdy, yet arched and withers that are low, muscular and broad. They are a Baroque-type horse, with a wide, deep chest, broad croup and muscular shoulder. Lipizzaners move proudly and stylishly. In praxis these horses have a height between 148 and 162 cm.
FryskWare offers perfect fitting blankets especially for the Lipizzaner, such as outdoor blankets, fly blankets and eczema blankets with a special cut and enough space to graze
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.