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Paso Fino

The Paso Fino horse reflects its Spanish heritage through its proud carriage, grace and elegance. Originally a combination of Andalusian, Spanish Barb and the now-extinct Spanish Jennet blood, the Paso Fino was initially brought to the Americas by Spanish Conquistadors who used the horses to stock their remount stations in the Caribbean and Latin American colonies. Centuries of selective breeding produced localized variations of the smooth-gaited horse including the Caballo de Criollo, which flourished initially in Puerto Rico, Columbia, and later in Cuba, Aruba, Venezuela and the Dominican Republic....Read More

Paso Fino Questions?
Email Terra Schroeder or Call 859-225-6952