My second favorite horse on Star Stable is the Oreo Epona Friesian!
The Oreo Epona Friesian has a beautiful mottled, marble, black and white coat!
She's exactly the same as the black Epona Friesian, except for her coloring.
And, that's why she's my second favorite horse on Star Stable!
Who am I kidding... I love all of the Friesians!
So today I'm reviewing the Oreo Epona Friesian.
I'm going to tell you all about her, show you her different gaits, and where to buy her.
You can find the Oreo Epona Friesian in Crescent Moon Village on Star Stable.
Crescent Moon Village is circled in red on the map below.
The Oreo Epona Friesian has a strength of 3, a discipline of 2, a swiftness of 0, an endurance of 0, and her agility is a 2.
Her level restriction is an 8 and you must have 890 Star Coins to purchase her.
Just like the black Epona Friesian, the Oreo Epona Friesian's gaits are very showy and elegant.
She holds the typical high-head carriage of her breed with an upright stance through her first 3 gaits
She has an upright walk that is very confident and elegant.
Her foot placement in the trot is both striking and delicate.
Her canter is smooth, graceful, and rhythmic.
Extended Canter & Gallop
In both her extended canter and gallop, just like the black Epona Friesian, the Oreo Epona Friesian drops her head just slightly as she elongates through her back and engages from the hind end.
As with all Friesians, the Oreo Epona Friesian has an impressive rear that is both beautiful and powerful.
Unlike other breeds, such as the AQH, who gathers and engages in the hind to reverse, the Oreo Epona Friesian keeps her high-head carriage and merely moves back off of the leg.
The Oreo Epona Friesian has a sliding stop. It's not pretty, but it is effective.
Left on her own to roam, romp, and play, the Oreo Epona Friesian is stunning to behold and, like the black Epona Friesian, a true testament to her breed.
That's my review of the Oreo Epona Friesian.
You can see why the Oreo Epona Friesian is my second favorite horse on Star Stable!
Be sure to check out the video below reviewing the Oreo Epona Friesian.