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Louise Firouz

Louise Firouz was an American-born, Iranian horse breeder and researcher. As a member of the Iranian Royal family and an Iranian princess, she is known as "Iran's lady of horses".[1]

Firouz specialized on Caspian horses and she was one of the main horse breeders in Iran. The Caspian horse is a breed of horse which was once believed to be extinct. Firouz was instrumental in reviving this species.

She died in 2008 in Gonbad. She lived more than half a century in northern Iran.

See also

  • Iranian culture
  • Iranian women's movement


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