The Caspian Horse Society of the Americas was formed in 1994 to promote and protect the Caspian horse in the United States and surrounding countries.
Caspian Horse Society is founder member of the International Caspian Society, which holds registration details of all Caspians bred worldwide to Louise Firouz’s Breed Standards and registered by approved national ICS member societies.
Below are the majority of the foundation stock from which the Caspian breed originates. Imported stock and important first generation stock appear in the Archive section.
International Caspian Stud Book established by Louise Firouz when she rediscovered the breed in 1965. First printed officially in the UK in 1978.
THE CASPIAN HORSE BREED STANDARD General The Caspian is a horse, not a pony, and therefore should be viewed in the same manner as when judging a well-bred horse, that is, the limbs, body and […]
By: Ateshe Firouz Louise Laylin Firouz grew up surrounded by horses. She rode to school along forest trails as a child in rural North Virginia. Life on a farm left an indelible impression on the […]
Research into the history and origin of this elegant horse proved the ancient lineage of the Caspian. It was identified, as a royal breed previously thought long extinct.