Pamela S. Watson
  • Las Vegas, NV
  • United States

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  • Patricia Memsic
  • Fayebrook Farms
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  • Cesar Diaz
  • Amber Reynaerts
  • Jody Childs
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  • Jack Miller
  • Andrea Rodriguez

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Las Vegas, Nevada
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I own two Peruvian Paso's. I fell in love with the breed when I first met my first Peruvian Suave'.
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At 10:03pm on December 12, 2009, Fayebrook Farms said…
You have lovely horses. I am so happy to have another friend on this site. I am like a little kid with a new toy since I found this site. I was never a big computer person because I have so much to do with all my horses. But I love my peruvian's and I want to know more people who own them.
At 5:39pm on July 1, 2009, Jack Miller said…
Hi Pam,
We are so glad that Mara has someone that loves her. That is something that has always be so important to use. We usually don't sell our horses because we would worry about them, but we feel confident that you will love and take care of her.
Her little brother Legado (Dude) is growing like a weed. He really doesn't look much different from the pictures I posted, except he is BIGGER. He is just staring to shed out around his eyes and nose, and so far, still all black. Genetically, black is recessive and gray is domimant so he "should" be a gray in the future, but time will tell.
We will take some pictures this weekend and forward them on.
Jack, Edna, Kristi
At 8:08am on June 9, 2009, Laura Mesia said…
Pamela- Welcome to Peruvian Horse World! We are glad to have you join us here, we hope you enjoy the site. PHW Admin
At 2:51am on June 7, 2009, Amber Reynaerts said…
Yes you are right I do have a barefoot saddle, as the peruvian saddle was way to hard for the sensitive horse that Malinche is, but as i am in my heart still a western girl i went for the Arizona a westernsaddle with round skirts and it only is 6.5kg for the european price of €599 but that is without fenders or stirrups and as I wanted a extra broad soft belt that was an extra €60 but she goes like a dream now. At the moment i have the mother of the horse I own here as I had big problems with the young horse (way to wild and untrustable) and I needed a horse that my children can ride on as well. So perhaps i will keep the mother horse. But there is also a posibillity that I will trade the young horse with a friend whom owns a paso fino that is really good for an first time horse owner to ride. So at the moment i own a horse on paper but am not sure what horse I will end up with and i really do not like that feeling at all! The mother horse is stabled near where i live with 2 horses that belong to a friend of mine a quarter horse and an ex jumping horse.
Talk again soon.
At 2:05pm on June 6, 2009, Amber Reynaerts said…
Thanks for getting back to me! Now I know what to look for I can see if it perhaps is something that will work for my horse as well. Will keep you posted. P.S. how many horses have you got? just the two peruvians or some more?
Enjoy the weekend hope the weather is great so you can get in some good riding.
Though having said that I went riding out today in a full storm and just went back to the stable when it was real thunder and lightning.
Liebe grüße,
At 8:14am on June 6, 2009, Pamela S. Watson said…
Good morning Jack,
I will add more pictures as I take them. I gave "Winky Dink" a big hug and a kiss from both of you. I forgot you called her that, I remember you tell us. Where did you come up with that again? I have been calling her "Little Bit". But won't be doing that for long, she is growing and getting more beautiful each day.
Getting ready to go to Helen's now for customer appreciation day the feed store is having. Was a lot of fun last year.
You both take care and keep in touch...send more pictures of "Dude" I love to watch them grow up.
Pam, Suave and Maravilla
At 3:35am on June 6, 2009, Jack Miller said…
Hi Pam and thanks for sharing the pictures. Mara was always the bold one. She is very inquisitive and usually very willing. She is very smart and learns quickly and was a joy to work with. She always cross tied fairly well for us, but would get impatient with the farrier, glad to hear she is better now.
Stay in touch and give "Winky Dink" a big hug for us.
Jack & Edna
At 12:48pm on June 5, 2009, Amber Reynaerts said…
Hi again,
Would help when i would give you my address then!!
At 12:40pm on June 5, 2009, Amber Reynaerts said…
Thank you for answering my question about the bit but now I have one more, can i ask you to make a photo of just the bit? as I live in Austria and for the world of me I do not know what a german translation will be of an egg butt snaffle hiihihi at least one that will work. you can just send the photo to me on my e-mail address if you want.
Thanks and have a nice weekend.
At 5:20am on June 5, 2009, Jack Miller said…
Hi Pam, hope you will share a few pictures of your horses here.
Maravilla now has a brother. KrF el Legado (aka "Dude") born 30 May. There is a picture of him in the photo section at 2 1/2 days old.
Jack & Edna

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