We are excited to announce that our stallions will be standing at Alpha Equine Breeding Center in Granbury, Texas in 2011! www.AlphaEquine.com
Collection & Shipping Fees are paid to our collection Veterinarian Collection is $300. The FedEx shipping is a minimum of $75 yet can be more based on destination.
Counter to Counter airline & courier fee is $250 in addition to the $300 collection fee.
Frozen Semen for Friso is 12 straws for $1,200
WE NOW LIVE COVER!!!
We ship Live Cooled semen overnight from each of our stallions, and we have frozen semen by Friso!
Personality, Personality, Personality! If you've never been around the ultimate Friesian personality, you will be when your Friesian cross foal by one of our stallions arrives.
The best of Top Rated Friesian Conformation & Movement is also what you are investing in when breeding by one of our stallions.
Our Stallions are available to ANY MARE of ANY BREED, CROSS BREED, and even NON-REGISTERED MARES.
Your foals by our Stallions can be registered with the Friesian Sporthorse Registry.
Your colt or filly will be worth $6,000 to $8,000 as a weanling to yearling! Your full blooded Friesian Foals will be worth $8,000 to $10,000 as a weanling to yearling.
If you decide to sell your foal, or are breeding to sell, we will advertise your foal by one of our stallions on our web site free of charge.
Credit card payments are accepted on our 'Stallions' page via PayPal!
Here are quotes from some of our mare owner clients:
"Suzanne, I would be more than happy to answer any questions you have about Friesian/TB crosses. Mine just turned a year old and I can't say enough good things about him! He has the best qualities of both breeds---athleticism, stamina, jummping ability from the TB and the muscle, strength, temperament and striking beauty of the Friesian.
I plan to even Rembrandt when he is ready and chose a Friesian (ICE MAN) because I knew the combination would create a horse with presence for Dressage, athleticism for stadium/cross country jumping and the temperament to take on anything.
I know he can jump--he has jumped out of the pasture twice! He is also so easy to work with. In fact, he is easier to work with than any of my full gronw horses! Everyone who works with him, including farriers, vets and novice horse people, immediately fall in love and want one just like him!
Feel free to contact me if you want to know more about the benefits of breeding a Friesian/TB cross or how easy it is to work with Deb and Dave. I actually had never met them before and found out about Ice Man via their web site. However, I did an extensive search for the right Friesian stallion before choosing Friesian Harts and Ice Man. They were by far the easiest to work with and the most supportive. Wish you the best!"
"Dear Deb & Dave, Ice Man's Black Pearl is doing wonderful. She looks more and more like her daddy with every month that passes. I can hardly believe she is 8 months old already. She is quickly becoming becoming an adolescent rather than a baby. I still cannot get over what a lover she is!! She could stand and be groomed for hours. She loves it. She never misses an opportunity to snuggle and give kisses." Sincerely, Crystal (in Montana)
"Deb and Dave, Just wanted to tell you thanks for the ad on your website. I really do appreciate all you've done!!! You wouldn't believe how HUGE Lexi has gotten. She is now 14.3HH at only 8 months old and gets even more gorgeous every day. She has sooo much mane and tail like her daddy (and mommy). I love it! She looks very Friesian. Her attitude is all Friesian too. When you said that what you breed into a horse, takes away from what you need to train/teach them... that couldn't be more true. Every time I try to teach her something new, she does it the first time I ask her and never gives me a problem. I had the bit in her mouth the other day and she took it the first time and never protested. Anyway, she's wonderful. Forgive me if I've already asked this of you, but could please email me a breeding contract for this coming spring. I think I'd like to try Friso this time. Also, congrats on your new coming stallion Jacob. He's gorgeous too." Talk to you later, Marieta (in Michigan)
Q/A about our Stallions: 1. Are our stallions Dutch-bred?Yes. Dutch Bred, Dutch Keured, and Imported from Holland 2. What were our stallion's Keuring ratings?1st Premium Grand Champion (Ice Man), 1st Premium (Friso the Magnificent), & 2nd Premium (Jacob the Majestic).The very best Friesian stallions receive the 1st or 2nd Premium rating on natural conformation and movement. 3. What are our stallion's motility scores?Semen motility & extended motility ratings are crucial to success in the artificial insemination process. Our stallions average 70% - 90% motility scores! This is a major reason why the majority of our customer's mares are successfully inseminated on the first and only insemination needed. 4. Why is it important to choose a farm that has more than one stallion?Having back up stallions is important in case a stallion is injured, over booked, or just doesn't collect for some reason the day that you need a shipment. Farms with only one stallion may not be able to insure that your needs will be met when you need a collection. 5. Why is it important that our stallions are HOMOZYGOUS BLACK? Our stallions will NOT throw a red foal. Check out our Equine Color Genetics page for a better idea of what your mare can have bred by one of our guys. 6. Why is it important that we do NOT Live Cover mares? You know that our stallions cannot catch infections or diseases spread via live cover and that our stallions are not at risk of being kicked and injured by a mare. Stallions that live cover are always at risk for these things.
If you are wondering what color your foal will be when your mare is bred by one of our homozygous black Friesain stallions, go to our New EQUINE COLOR GENETICS Page!
'Breeding the very best of Friesian personality, conformation & movement into your foals'