Susan Chandler
  • Female
  • Kirbyville, MO
  • United States

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My Location: (City, State, Country)
Kirbyville, MO USA
About Me:
I love to trailride my Peruvian Horses. We live in the Missouri Ozarks. Our horse are sure footed and tough as nails. Most of our horses we have raised ourselves.
I am a:
Owner, Trainer
I would like to meet:
Anyone interested in the Peruvian Horse and trailriding.

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At 9:22pm on June 28, 2010, Debbie Vaughn said…
Beautiful pictures!!
At 5:47pm on June 15, 2010, Yvonne Neal said…
Thanks Susan for the advice. Yeah I know there is aways that surprise. Your horses are beautiful. I am partial to the dark bays and blacks. But all horses are magnificent but the Peruvians are just exceptional!!! Take care Yvonne
At 3:42pm on June 15, 2010, Yvonne Neal said…
Susan, I am so sorry to hear about Amancer. Maybe you can tell me what color I would likely get a liver chestnut foal. He has bred a number of chestnuts and none of them are the liver chestnut like him. I thought if I used a dark color mare I would have a good chance of the darker foal. What do you think? thanks, Yvonne
At 2:32pm on June 15, 2010, Yvonne Neal said…
Hey Susan, was Amanacer a stallion at one time? I think I e-mailed you one time a long time ago about breeding to him. Do you know of a dark bay or black Peruvian mare for lease to breed to my stallion? Estaban is a liver chestnut and is a 14yr. old stallion. I would like a colt from him but don't want to buy a mare. I have a Friesian stallion and Estaban. I have a Percheron mare bred to a Friesian and as soon as her foal is weaned she has another home. If you know of any, please let me know. Yvonne
At 12:21pm on December 13, 2009, Barbara Harris said…
Susan, your horses are beautiful. I am always interested to know how folks "got into" their Peruvians. Looks to me like you have several. I'd love to know about each individual.

Did you go on the trail ride at Mark Twain Lake with three members of our Iowa Peruvian Paso Horse Club? I sure wanted to go but just couldn't justify the time and expense at that time. Barb Harris
At 11:26am on December 13, 2009, Fayebrook Farms said…
It is great to get to know you. Rene and I went down to Tennessee this summer as we had our stallion Dictator's Diesel there in training. I thought Missouri was the most beautiful state we drove through. We stayed at a casino hotel. It was breathtaking. The colors were brilliant the rooms were spectacular. I would have liked to stay longer but we were almost at our destinaton so we moved on. We trail ride too with both our walkers and our peruvian's. I usually ride the peruvian's as I am 5'2" tall and Rene usually rides the Walkers as he is 6'3". But he loves to get on Luna and go for a ride. We have quarter horses in this area and P\We are told very regularly that we have those fancy horses But here when people say that they mean both breeds. I do not understnad if you have a choice why you would ride a rough trotty

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