So, we thought if one person had this question there must be others so we hope you enjoy our story on what inspired the logo. The picture of the diagonal blue stripes with what look like red hearts (the red hearts are really NOT hearts but leaves of the yellow water lily)-this is the Friesland flag- a Dutch province of the Netherlands. You will see this image at the top of our logo. The red and blue stripes to the right of the logo is for the national flag of the Netherlands.
The stars and stripes to the left is for...you guessed it the American Flag. We took the color blue and red of the flags and combined them to make this new blue and red color and represents the three flags. We chose a white background for simplicity, a circular shape for a timeless, classic look, the Friesian Horse galloping to the right to represent forward movement and progress, we used a clean, modern, easy to read font.
That's our story. We began working on this last January. We love it and hope you love it as much as we do. We tried to combine our wonderful country where our black pearls live now and be thankful of where they came from originally. We are truly blessed- whether you just love the breed and love to look at them or the ultimate blessing to be able to have them in our barns-we are all lucky that they have somehow come into our lives. Hope you enjoyed our story!
Our New 2024 NEFHC Logo
We are a chapter of the FHANA (Friesian Horse Association of North America) a sister registry of the original FPS located in Holland, of which we adopt our Friesian standards from. As a dedicated membership, we have hosted many events over the years ranging from natural horsemanship clinics, trail rides, lesson programs, dressage and driving clinics and keur clinics, just to name few. Our club was founded in 1991!
THE NEFHC was co-awarded the 2019 FHANA Chapter of the year!