I have put up a new riding tip, this time it is a tip from Pat Parelli, I hope you enjoy it.
Let me know what you think of it and if you have any ideas to make my website a better and more helpful place to go.
Added by Meghan M on February 17, 2013 at 9:41pm — No Comments
Just a little note to say that I have a web-site, Meghansprelovedtack.weebly.com
It has Tack, and every week I putup a new riding post and riding tips, if I'm lucky enough to have time I will also put up a good youtube video, on riding.
Please pass it on, as we are not doing to well at the moment! All money I make will go straight to the horse, Dario, I am saving up for!!!
Also if you live in New Zealand, we have a batch of puppies to…Continue
Added by Meghan M on February 14, 2013 at 2:53pm — No Comments
I found out that Danesa does not have DSLD. I am glad I found her at Rancho Chahuchu as she is the best minded horse ever. She is a lovely horse that will take time to heal. She just needs a long lay-up and no riding for 8 months.
She has an acute tear of the lateral oblique distal sesamoidean ligament, surrounded by soft tissue proliferation and significant associcated digital effusion. Relativdely mild distal suspensory branch desmopathy.
In case you think Dressage is reserved only for those with Warmbloods, think again. Sure, in the upper levels of competitive dressage, the breeds of horses mostly seen in the arena include Warmbloods, Thouroughbreds, PRE breeds such as Andalusians and Lusitanos, with the occasional Quarter Horse and even a Morgan here and there. These breeds, because of their conformation,…
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Can anyone describe in writing the correct way to tie a bosal. I have a new bosal and would like to put Cender back in the bosal for fun. First, I had to soften it up with leather conditioner to untie it. Now, I need to know how to tie it around his nose. Any help would be appreciated.
How to find a PP trail Horsehas been a challenge. I keep looking at all the horse foe sale site but am not sure how to go about not getting the wrong horse again. It seems that I have a talent for getting the wrong horse. Does anyone know who or where to find some good pp trail horse for a older person that needs to be quiet and experienced.
I did not know this but Peruivans in the past carried protective battle geat. The incas indians would attempt to cut off the horse's tail so the horse would bleed to death. Then the spanish added the baticola, (cuppler) to protect their tails.
This chestnut Peruvian Paso filly is bad shape. The lady who has her live in Tennessee. She is asking $300 for her.
I know that her sire was an imported from Peru (excellent sire!)
If somebody wants to help this poor filly. That will be great!
Following is a copy of a forum on Yahoo Answers. I am seeing more and more of these. If anyone has more experience and knowledge regarding this breed, I think you should respond to these.
Check out the Hacienda La Encantada online. Alberto Lummis is honest, reliable and very helpful with all kinds of Peruvian tack, saddles, head gear, bits, ponchos, hats, you name it! I buy all my Peruvian Horse essentials from Alberto.
We recently took a fall cruise and came home to a nice surprise:
We've named him Veneziano because we were in Venice when he…Continue
The last tuesday Jose Antonio Otero has died!
He was an excellent Peruvian Horse Breeder. The horses from his criadero.."La Palizada" located in Huachipa, Lima..have old Peruvian bllodlines as Zanero, Oro y Plata, Copelia.
This is a big lost for the "Natural Gaited" Peruvian Paso Horse!
Added by Franklin Galvez on October 15, 2011 at 10:30am — No Comments
All is well at Phoenix Ranch - Felix is bussy getting the horses ready for Tenn., hope to see many of you there -- Warmest regards to all, Sonja
I’ve made all kinds of wonderful friends from all over the world through this breed. But one friend in particular inspires me to enjoy every moment to the fullest.
Martha Kate Thomas has been coming down to New Mexico from her Boulder, Colo., home for several years. She typically takes a long summer vacation in Santa Fe to enjoy the local art scene, area pueblos and Peruvian horses here at La Estancia…Continue
I’m pleased to announce the addition of a new stallion to our breeding program: *AV Silverio.
It’s more like the return of an old friend. In 2004, I went to Peru with Merlene Sutalo, who was looking for a stallion for her husband Frank. Merlene wanted a big horse with excellent gait and lots…Continue
(Phoenix, AZ, August 15, 2011). In May 2011, The Conquistador Program worked with community members in California and Arizona to help find a home for two wonderful Peruvian Paso mares who had been rescued…Continue