Published on Apr 6, 2010

Orca is a 7 year old Black and White NASD / Friesian stallion. He stands 16.hh and weighs approx. 1350 lbs.
Orca is the modern Sport Friesian. He is compact with uphill conformation. Orca has 3 incredible elastic gaits combined with extraordinary balance. As a three year old he was 1st place among Warmblood Stallions at the NW Sporthorse Breeders Classic with a "9" on his walk and an overall score of 78%. Orca has been shown Training Level and First Level Open with scores in the mid to upper 70's. Orca is currently schooling Second and Third level dressage.

In addition to exemplary movement and excellent conformation, Orca has a wonderful temperament. He is calm, confident and gentle; a characteristic that he passes along to his offspring. To date; ALL of Orca's offspring have been tobiano colored and are showing themselves to have Orca's "PRESENCE".
Orca is registered with Friesian Heritage Horse as well as American Warmblood Society. He received a "ster" rating under saddle with the Friesian Heritage Horse.
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The Magnificent Frederik the Great, Friesian Stallion in one of the most breathtaking videos

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Taking an evening walk with my Friesian stallion, Apollo -- his registered name is Harold v.R. -- Apollo loved every minute of our little outing!

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Not a day goes by that I don't thank the good Lord above for my magnificent stallion, Apollo. He has a heart of gold! He's the most charismatic, fun, loving, respectful horse I've ever known. People that meet him are in awe that he's a stallion because he's such a gentle giant who absolutely loves to show off! He's extremely powerful, yet he is always a perfect gentleman on the ground and under saddle.

He's was awarded a Grand Champion in-hand and show driving in the Netherlands, US & Canada. He's a provisionally approved breeding stallion with Friesian Sporthorse Association and The Friesian