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Date Posted: 11:27:00 08/28/06 Mon
Author: Cameron
Subject: unicorns and dragons
In reply to: Megan 's message, "Unicorn!!!" on 21:20:28 08/26/06 Sat

Yes, maybe the Friesian is the unicorn in disguise! My daughter says they remind her of dragons. Whatever they are, they are truly magical to those of us who love them. I often watch our young Friesian gelding, and think "he is so FRIESIAN". I can't explain what I mean but I think those of us who know them will understand. . . . the personality, the awesome stance, the eyes, the neck, the nose (OMG that nose, it is like an arm or hand! My other horses noses are not as versatile!)

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