Breed Released: November 4, 2007 Found On: Grass
A very old breed closely related to the Arabian, the Caspian is believed to be the ancestor to all hot-blood horses. Naturally small, the Caspian is considered a miniature horse, not a pony. Quite rare, the breed was considered extinct until rediscovered in Iran in 1965. This elegant, delicate looking breed is known to be an excellent jumper. The Caspian ranges from 9-12hh.