This page showcases our Peruvian Paso horses we raised, bred and eventually sold (2002 – 2011). Our goal was to provide horse lovers with top-line Peruvians for trailriding, breeding and show.
To view a playlist of short videos of them in action, click here.
|JCR Mañanero (photos: age 4 years and 2 months) is produced by HDP Solana (sire: Laureado National Champion Stallion *BSP Grano de Oro), and sired by JCR Altanero (Anibal son, Fenix dam).
|A||Mañanero, gelding, was in training with Ebert Garayar during 2011. Mañanero responds softly to the bit, and focuses on the rider. He handles noisy plastic and obstacles without a problem. Watch the video, showing bridling, lounging, rider mount, at walk and at paso llano.
|JCR Gitana is produced by RyR Duquesa (sire: National Champion Stallion Principe de la Solana) and JCR Altanero (Fenix dam, sire is Anibal).
She was in bozal in 2012. Nothing scares her. She is so curious about everything and takes noises, objects, flags, etc. all in stride. Gitana enjoys human attention – even noisy kids. She’s the one that took the other horses along throughout our 33 wooded acres to explore new patches of grass to graze on.
|RJS Aguazal (*JRM Aguacero x RJS Esperanza)
Aguazal, with the sire’s beautiful upright neck and solid black color, has excellent gait and lift with termino. His bloodline includes AV Sol de Paijan, Sol de Oro (V) and AEV Regional.
He’s an arrogant gelding with lots of brio. He was learning to handle flags, bags and noises you might expect on the trails and such. Aguazal was in bozal training, as he was quite skittish, with or without a rider.
RyR Duquesa has Cayalti and southern bloodlines, out of National Champion Stallion Principe de la Solana and La Chola.
This mare has excellent gait, termino, and lift, is super smooth, has a short back and great conformation, with a wavy mane and tail. She took us out on the trails, handles gate opening/closing like a pro, and has no problem going through water, creekbeds, across bridges, or anything we’ve asked of her. Her good traits are endless.
Peruvian Paso Stud, Black Bay
Altanero (CJC Primero Milagro x *ACR Anibal) is a proven stallion with two 2008 registered offspring — JCR Mañanero and JCR Gitana. Heis a fine addition to your breeding program and as a perfect trail and pleasure horse.
HDP Solana is an AV Sol de Paijan grand-daughter and is out of Laureado National Champion Stallion *BSP Grano de Oro, and HDP Nobleza.
This black mare is very smooth with very good termino, lift and reach. She is fully trained, responds softly to the bit and/or leg cues, and is wonderful on the ground or atop her. Solana does well on the trails, readily goes through water, creekbeds, across bridges, stands for mounting, and is an overall excellent ride.
|JCR Presea (RyR Duquesa x El Antiguo Milagro O)
Presea (jewel, in Spanish) was born on Mothers Day, May 2010. She is very trusting, gentle, with very good conformation and high step.
|AA||JCR Diego (HDP Solana x El Antiguo Milagro O)
Diego (first called Tesoro) was born on April 1, 2010. He has very good conformation, high step, and long over-reach.
|El Antiguo Milagro O
Peruvian Paso Stallion
(Su Libertador x Especia PD) is a grandson of national champion mare *Soberana de Cayalti among other notable horses such as Cristobalito, Faraon, Lancero, and Sol de Oro (V).
Antiguo is solid black, strong-bodied, with calm intelligence, a ground-covering extended reach, superior lift, flashy gait, a wonderful even temperament, and controlled brio expected of a Peruvian Paso.
|AA||CJC Primero Milagro (deceased – July 16, 2006)
CJC Primero Milagro had the AV Sol de Paijan ancestry and was sired by Fenix, with Laurel and Limeñito bloodlines.
She had her only foal on May 7, 2005 — JCR Altanero — out of *ACR Anibal, great-grandson of AV Sol de Paijan. That combination was a wonderful match and Altanero has the qualities one hopes for in a Peruvian Paso stallion.
Milagro was one of the 27 tragic deaths on the July 16 weekend at Carousel Acres. Her legacy continues. Milagro is the dam of JCR Altanero, and grand-dam of JCR Gitana and JCR Mañanero.