Kfps Friesian FOR 2022!!!Next Ad »
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Friesian Stallion for Sale in Milwaukee, WI
*NOT BORN YET PLANNED FOR 2022* We do offer payment plans. We have a 1 stunning foal planned for 2022. This foal is a KFPS (Koninklijk Friesch Paarden-Stamboek) This foal should mature to 16+ hands. Sire is Doaitsen 420 Sport I will attach pics of him to this ad. Dam is a KFPS Friesian Mare. At time of pick up this foal will be imprinted at birth, Will be halter broke, Will be trailer'd, The foal will be registered with FHANA (Friesian Horse Association of North America) Will be KFPS (Koninklijk Friesch Paarden-Stamboek). Will be used to other horses, dogs, cats, people and kids. As well as tractor noises, dog's barking, kids yelling. If the Friesian foal is a colt he will be $12,000 and if a filly she will be $10,000. This will be a stunning foal. I am very exited to see wh
... more»at our mare and this sire produce!! Please contact me for further info. I am adding pics of the sire. The sire is Doaitsen 420 Sport
About Milwaukee, WI
The name "Milwaukee" comes from an Algonquian word millioke, meaning "good", "beautiful" and "pleasant land" (compare Potawatomi: minwaking, Ojibwe: ominowakiing) or "gathering place [by the water]" (compare Potawatomi: manwaking, Ojibwe: omaniwakiing). The name has a less pleasant connotation in the Menominee language, where it is called Māēnāēwah, "some misfortune happens". Indigenous cultures lived along the waterways for thousands of years. The first recorded inhabitants of the Milwaukee area are the historic Menominee, Fox, Mascouten, Sauk, Potawatomi, and Ojibwe (all Algic/Algonquian peoples); and Ho-Chunk (Winnebago, a Siouan people) Native American tribes. Many of these people had lived around Green Bay before migrating to the Milwaukee area around the time of European contact.