The original East Friesian is now extinct. It was a heavy warmblood and was used as a carriage and farming horse. Friesian Arabs were developed by using the Arabian stallion "Wind ox", "Jason ox," and "Haladin ox." Recently, Hanoverian blood has been used to get a larger sport horse. The East Friesian breed has thus joined the Hanoverian registry. Friesian Arabs are used as pleasure horses, while the Hanoverian type are good sport horses. These horses were originally bred in Germany.
The original East Friesian is now extinct, and has changed to the Hanoverian type and the Friesian Arabs.
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