"The discovery of the Caspian, a breed of very great antiquity, was a matter of the greatest scientific and historical importance in equine studies."
--Elwyn Hartley Edwards, The Encyclopedia of the Horse
I have a pair of Caspian horses that I need to let go, a stallion and a mare. I have had them both for a year and have done nothing with them. I bought them because my grand daughter wanted a grey mare.... (my Grand daughter is no longer living with us), the mare is going grey and had a filly foal this last feb, I have sold the filly and now need to sell these two. I do not have time to do anything with them and will sell the pair for $1,000 OBO...my loss is your gain They are not mean just scared and need someone to spend some time with them...they are not stupid crazy...just scared....and they are beautiful...pretty headed. I do have info on their sire and dam and they were added to the 2007 stallion report and born in 2008, so they can be registered. Email me for their pedigree....Check out the Caspian horse, Organized breeding began with the earlier exports to Europe. There approximately 300 Caspians worldwide (in 1994) are scattered mainly in England, France, Australia, New Zealand and now the United States. Before 1994, only 2 Caspians ever made it to the U.S., one in 1966, the other in 1973
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Miown Stone Ponies -
We are a small family operation located in South Texas and raise, train and show our own horses. We show mostly with the Pinto Association and AMHR. We have lots of horses to choose from so take a minute and look around and let me know what you think. If you see something you like send me an email...all emails will be answered.
Thanks for visiting....Debbie