I have been involved with horses in some fashion for most of my life. Years ago (let's leave it at that) we had Quarter Horses and Apps, but with age we found that a weekend ride or event turned into a week of recovery, and so about 20 years ago we discovered the Peruvian Paso Horse. We started our own breeding program a few years later and produced "Horses of a different color". Although not entirely planned, we had focused on bloodlines we felt would contribute to strong, well gaited Peruvian Horses with good attitudes, Mantequilla and SR Chilcal with an infusion from Fenix and his north/south blood thru our stallion Espejo de Fenix.
What we have produced is horses that are everything we wanted, strength, pisos, and disposition, with the plus of different colors then the normal chestnuts and bays.
We don't focus on the show circuit, although we have participated in regional Shows and a couple of nationals in the past, but utilize our family of equines for trail rides, parades, schooling, and to share the Peruvian Horse experience with others.
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