The World of the Caspian Horse
In 1996, while attending Equitana in Louisville, Kentucky, Gene Gilbert, owner of Enterprise Farms, saw her first Caspian horse. These tiny horses, long thought to be extinct, were rediscovered in Iran by an American, Louise Firouz, in 1965. These little horses are neither ponies nor miniature horses. They combine all of the features of a horse with the size of a pony.
To the delight of their riders, Caspians participate in the lesson program at Enterprise Farms. They are the ideal mount for the small rider.
Enterprise Farms is proud to introduce its youngest additions, EF's Laleh and her "older" yearling sister is EF's Ladan. These two beauties were named after the conjoined Iranian twins who died during surgery to separate them. The twins’ names were selected because Caspians come from Iran, too!
Astara Attar, sire, is owned by Enterprise Farms and Michelle Swank. MCC's Javaneau, dam, is owned by Enterprise Farms.
We invite you to come meet these rare horses at Enterprise Farms.