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Meet Kai, king of the Friesians: beautiful horses

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Meet Kai, king of the Friesians: beautiful horses

Post by Lobo on Fri 10 Jun 2016, 5:47 pm

Meet Kai, king of the Friesians: Tasmanian stallion challenges Frederik the Great for the title of 'world's most handsome horse' ... so who would YOU back?

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3634237/Kai-King-Australia-s-answer-Frederik-Great-champion-stud-dressage-competition.html

Kai is considered the king of Friesian stallions based in Tasmania
Owner bought him in 2012 after a year-long search for 'the right specimen'
He is mobbed by fans whenever he is taken to competitions
The 12-year-old combines stallion duties with dressage events
Like U.S. stud Frederik The Great he also has his own Facebook page
'He's my Marilyn Monroe, not perfect, not thin but everyone's drawn to him'

By Frank Coletta for Daily Mail Australia

Published: 22:48 EST, 9 June 2016 | Updated: 00:38 EST, 10 June 2016

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King Kai is Australia's answer to the most handsome horse in the world but he's no one-trick pony, as well as proving to be a champion stallion he's earning a reputation as a superior dressage performer.

Kai is owned by Monique Thornley in Deloraine in Tasmania's central north. She admits to searching the world for almost a year in 2012 for 'the right specimen'.

'We looked at thousands of horses before we found him - I was after a very particular type, he had to be tall and beautiful with the long hair - he was the right horse for the right job,' she said.



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