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Friesian Heritage Horse & Sporthorse Int'l The HH Registers horses of Friesian heritage.

International Pattern Sport Horse IPSHR Registers horses of Appaloosa, Pinto & Pintaloosa Heritage

Federated Equine Inspection Tours. An inspection circuit open to all breeds of horses and all registries.

International Friesian Show Horse Association IFSHA Provides a USEF rated show platform for horses of Friesian Heritage.


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Friesian Heritage Horse & Sporthorse International

A registry for all documented horses of 25%, or greater, Friesian heritage. Providing an association with integrity for Purebreds, Friesian Sport Horses & Friesian Crosses, the HH is sincerely devoted to promoting horses of Friesian heritage in a manner that aims to secure the value of these wonderful horses now and into the future! Affordable, reliable & inclusive. Offering nation-wide inspections through FEIT, USDF All-Breed Awards, Open Awards & More!
HH - offering far more than "just a set of papers"

National Champion High Point Sport Horse for 2008, Nero's Celebrated Design 2002 Friesian/Saddlebred Mare by Nero.

For 2010 Inspection Information, please visit Federated Equine Inspection Tours at the following link: FEIT

The Friesian Heritage Horse & Sporthorse registry , in conjunction with Federated Equine Inspection Tours and a number of other registries, is planning Inspection locations across the country in 2010! These inspections are for purebred and partbred Friesians , (as well as other breeds), and are judged by USEF, Friesian rated judges. Horses of all ages and genders are welcome. Inspections will generally be scheduled for sometime between August and November and they almost always occur on weekends.

~ Click on the FEIT logo below for more inspection details ~

FEIT currently offers a choice of 3 different Suitability Standards and one breed standard that horses may be judged against and more standards may be added in the future:

All horse entries must be paid in full 60 days prior to the date of the inspection.

For 2010 Inspection Info & entry forms, please click here:


FEIT could add many more locations across the USA! But…WE NEED YOUR INPUT ASAP, PLEASE!

If you are interested in attending an inspection with a horse(s) or are interested in hosting an inspection or donating a facility, please let us know your location (town & state) with zip code and the number of horses you would want inspected - fill out the automated FEIT form on the Friesian Heritage Horse site here. A minimum of 12 horses at each inspection site is required in order to have an inspection. Also, each site must have an indoor arena that is safe to turn horses at liberty in – every horse inspected has an “at liberty” portion of inspection – all ages and stallions too.

Not ready to bring a horse? Then come watch and learn all about it - spectators are welcome!

~ For Inspection entry forms & info, please click below ~


Legend Woods News & Notes

Summer 2009
We are casually looking for a used trailer. Trailer must be tall and wide - 4 to 6 horse gooseneck. All makes and models will be considered. Trades or partial trades would be welcome. Other farm equipment may also be considered for trade for horses, i.e. round baler, rake, Bob Cat or small tractor for manure management, large manure spreader, small equipment sheds. We rarely accept horses in-trade as we are slowly trying to reduce our overall number, but if the bloodlines/training are right we will consider that as well. We do regularly consider semen trades on Stallions (or semen in exchange for young-stock), particularly, Friesian, Friesian Sport Horse, Lusitano, Andalusian or Warmbloods. Other ideas? Please email us and ask.

May 2008
Our full length video is temporarily unavailable. Please email us at to request video clips of specific horses.

April 2007
We have been busy updating our website. Please check back often and remember to refresh pages that you have previously visited.

Questions? Please e-mail us or call Kayla on cell at (612) 940-4998.