Black Sterling was the first in a long line of Friesians that Janna Weir acquired from Holland. Her premier show facility in northern California is named after Black Sterling, her first Friesian, and houses sale horses as well as her own Friesians that she hasimported from the Netherlands . Janna finishes their various stages of training, getting them ready for the show ring, and sells them to amateur riders, hoping they willBlack Sterling and Janna Goldman show them, or enjoy pleasure/trail riding them, and promote the breed in this country.
Black Sterling was destined to be star from his early days in the Netherlands . He was bred for elegance in Holland. A long line of predecessors date back to at least the thirteenth century with some Arabian blood introduced through the Spanish Andalusian in the 16th & 17th centuries. Through the centuries the Friesian Government has made many regulations in order to safeguard good breeding. During the last two centuries it has been bred pure.
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