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The Peruvian Paso Horse

Conformation of the Peruvian Paso Horse  (Topics: 9 - Posts: 22)
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Posted by kuda12 24 May 2006, 21:36
I am totally ignorant of the Peruvian Paso but want to learn as much as I can about the breed. Can you guys push me in the right direction? It is very hard to find information on this breed. Please help.

Posted by PPforum 3 Jun 2006, 19:54
Hi kuda12,

Here is a place to start,

look at the breed standard and see if you are able to see those qualities in horse photos you may see of Peruvian horses. Please post any specific questions you may have.
Welcome to the board , hope it will help with your search for information.
PPforum :)

Posted by celestinaranch 28 Jul 2007, 16:11

Conformation and Appearance

Physically, the Peruvian Horse is a horse of medium size and with refinement; a type and style of horse referred to in the equine world as a "light riding horse." Ideal height is between 14 and 15 hands tall, with good balance and almost even ratios of girth, leg and back. He may be any color. The coat and skin are refined and the mane is long and abundant with fine, lustrous hair that may be curly or straight. Bone is defined but dense; in all respects overall refinement, grace and elegance are desired.

Hope this helped!

Jocelyn Hastie
High River, AB, Canada

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