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Boys at the Gate "Perhaps the most exciting equine discovery of this century is the Caspian"
-- Bonnie Hendricks, American author, International Encyclopedia of Horse Breeds

  • 1966 - Caspian Stallion Jehan* was imported into the U.S.
    *Jehan did not sire any pureblood Caspians and is now deceased.

  • 1973 - Caspian stallion Mehregan was imported into the U.S. Mehregan did not sire any pureblood Caspians and is now deceased.

  • 1994 - The first herd of 7 Caspians were imported to Texas for the purpose of breeding pureblood Caspians. They were brought to the Monastery of St. Claire in Brenham Texas. From there, they have spread to all corners of the United States.

  • 1994 to present - With additional imports and local breeding, the U.S. population has grown to over 400 Caspians in just eight years!

    Caspians at Kristull Ranch

    NOTE: The Caspian Horse is listed on the American Livestock Breeds Conservancy list as a "critically" endangered breed. There are only approximately 900 Caspians worldwide!

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