? " the oldest horse in the world " The Caspian horse holds the distinction of being both one of the oldest and one of the newest of horse breeds.Current archeozoologic evidence dates the Caspian back to at least 3,000 BC, pre-dating other recognized breeds of horses.When the Persian Empire collapsed in 644 AD, its royal horse was “lost” for more than a thousand years until its re-discovery in 1965(by Louise Firouz).The Caspian may represent Horse Type 4 in the development of the modern horse, making it the only foundation type that exists as a modern breed. During its 5,000 year saga, the Caspian has experienced life as a royal treasure and a peasant's cart horse. It has served as a source of national pride and a source of meat. While research on the breed's origins continues, the current story of the Caspian horse is nothing short of amazing.The Caspian is also well suited to be an elegant harness horse.Their acceleration, maneuverability, endurance and intelligence bring them considerable success in the show ring.
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sent on November 07, 2016 (17:33) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)
Good backlight management. Colors and perfect composition. The traveler L. Louise Firouz, remarked this particular type of horse to Evol, on the Caspian Sea and from that moment began the breeding of this pony. Among the diversity compared to other breeds, the presence of a molar more in the upper jaw ;-) Hello, Lauro Buona la gestione del controluce. Colori e composizione perfetti. La viaggiatrice Louise L. Firouz, osservò questo particolare tipo di cavallo ad Omol, sul Mar Caspio e da quel momento iniziò l'allevamento di questo pony . Tra le diversità rispetto ad altre razze, la presenza di un molare in più nella mascella superiore Ciao, Lauro