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Articles about the Peruvian Paso Horse

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By Dr. Francisco Marcucci Dear reader for me it is a pleasant satisfaction to be back in these pages and be able to share my understanding of what has been the evolution in the upbringing of the P…
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The duty of our PERUVIAN PASO HORSE!

Sergio Federico Usandivaras Breeder # 308 Official Judge  “A” OF THE PERUVIAN PASO AAC CABALLO It is imperative that we have clear guidelines on the judging, development, positive an…
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Brio Defined

By: Harriette Jump The night of December 4, 2018 started with a loud bang, then darkness. It was about 6:30, maybe a bit later, but suddenly the air inside smelled of smoke and there was no electricit…
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The Importance of Trimming of Foals

By Guri Sosa The trimming of foals in the first few months of life is crucial to the longevity and useful life of the horse. It is advisable to make the first trimming in the 20 or 25 days of life, un…
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A Dream of a Mare…

By Raul Risso   I had a dream where a mare appeared, … a mare ridden by a true artist who showed her slow, beautiful cadence, almost sensual, flowing through the arena to dazzle my sight, where…
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THE KEY TO SUCCESS ARE THE MARES

  BY JOSE RISSO MONTES Breeders in general do not have to be geneticists or great connoisseurs of the genetic improvement of a breed, but they should have at least some clear concepts to develop …
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We Will Speak about Bits

BY Marco Dapelo   The bit is an important complement to the peruvian tack in the headgear or “jato”. This is a typical bit, originating in Peru, with some similarities to the historical spanish b…
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The Long Way to Los Gatos

  by Verne R. Albright During nine months in 1966-1967 Verne R. Albright traveled overland from Peru to California with two Peruvian Paso mares: Ima Sumac from Hacienda Pucala and Hamaca from Cas…
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To Buy a Peruvian Paso Horse

Any aficionados have experienced the purchase of a horse at some point in our lives. The aim of this article is to guide, from my experience as a buyer, certain steps essential to not regret of the …
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Cadence is His Name

The stall door opens, an impressive stallion comes out, His black mane, curly and velvety plays in the wind, His fine ears are seen as two spear tips, … he is chrome in movement. He moves as the old…
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Comments, #3

 By Dr. Francisco Marcucci Through time the breeders of Peruvian Paso horses have made significant progress in the showcasing of the adornments of the front end of the horse, but have left behind the…
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Presentation in the Show Ring

By:  Marco A. Cabrejos  Vera There is a lot of discussion about the significance of the exhibitor in regards to the presentation of  horses in a show arena. During competitions there are always hor…
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Commentaries #2

By Dr. Francisco Marcucci The nature of Peru provided the right conditions of environment for the development of the breed of the Peruvian Paso Horse, the genetics of their ancestral parents gave her …
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TIMES OF CHANGE IN THE PERUVIAN PASO HORSE

By Fernando Risso Montes To start, I am grateful for the opportunity for letting me write in this new magazine, which I am sure will be of great promotion and usefulness to the Peruvian Paso horse in …
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Form, function and Health

By: Lionel Peralta L. , DMV   I listened traditionally that function follows form. Others argue the opposite… form follows function. What is important is that morphology and biomechanics are si…
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Riding on the Correct Path?

By Renzo Crolle Claux I am writing this article motivated by a great concern that we as aficionados to the Peruvian Paso Horse, need to focus on where we should evolve, both in development and breedi…
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Comments, Issue #1

By Dr. Francisco Marcucci  During my first visit to Peru in 1978, I had the opportunity to meet several breeders and visit their breeding farms, as well as see a considerable amount of Peruvian horse…
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