Horses of the Frisian breed have a high neck with a light and beautiful bend. The head of these horses long, with a strong big long ears and almost straight profile.
One of the main features of the exterior of the Friesian horse is a very dense and long brushes that cover the powerful bony legs from the hock and fall into large black hooves. This feature is called frizziness. All Friesians have a long and lush tail and mane. A” hallmark ” of the breed was the black suit without markings.
Although it is worth noting that in the early 20th century, almost every second frieze was of a chestnut color, and in medieval times it was possible to meet even Chubar representatives of the breed.