2018 Peruvian Horse Assoc. of Canada's Show Programme Issue August 2018

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Our Judge: The Honourable Edie Gandy

PACA PACA News

Volume 27 Issue 1

August 2018

Canadian National Show Programme Issue 39th Annual PHAC National Show August 24-26, 2018 Silver Slate Arena Stavely, Alberta

IN THIS ISSUE: Show Programme Around the Provinces..PICS Present and Vital Challenges by Raul Risso FAQ about the Peruvian Breed by Mimi Busk Downey Stallions of PHAC Members


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Pics.... Around the Provinces Trail, Parades, Camping, Clinics, & Gymkhana.....

s l i a r T a Alt I love Rumor (my Peruv

ian Paso)! He is, easily, the best horse I've ever owned or ridden. I love his dog-like temperament (he's a mischievous brat), his loyalty and work ethic. I've probably ridden him 8000+km in the five years I've owned him. I usually ride 15-20 hours a week in summer and 5-10 hours in winter, all trail riding. Myrna Batten


2018 Calgary Stampede Parade by Vicky

Hildebrandt

For the second year in a row the Peruvian Cultural Association " Raices del Peru" from Calgary participated in the Stampede Parade. They invited my husband Juan Jose Vasquez Salinas to join them to complete their exhibit with a Peruvian Paso horse. Fortunately we had been able to purchase JRM Iracunda from Suzanne Brown last fall. She is our son Lukas's horse and takes good care of him. Even though she has never been to a Parade we thought she might be suitable and Juan was going to give it a try. This is not the usual small town parade. 4.5km through downtown Calgary with looming skyscrapers, pedestrian bridges and a very high noise level from a large cheering crowd on a 33 Degrees Celsius day. There was a loud honking train in front of Iracunda, music and dancing people behind her. No other horse to seek comfort from. Anybody would have been nervous about this, especially with TV cameras pointed at you. Lukas was guarding his mare for the first part of the Parade, making sure she was ok and being a very proud horse owner. Iracunda went absolutely amazing, not a single winnie because she felt lonely, no pawing, not spooking at anything or refusing to go anywhere. She looked so elegant and calm in this hour long walking, stopping, standing still, walking again. We were so proud of her presenting the Peruvian horse so well. It felt good to get comments from exhibitors of other horse breeds on how beautiful she looked and how well behaved she was. Nobody could believe that this was her first Parade. Raices del Peru had also invited a Peruvian Dance organization from Edmonton and the Peruvian Consul with his wife from Vancouver. There was a large number of people presenting various costumes and dances of different regions of Peru. The Consul was carrying the Canadian Flag. A very impressive demonstration of Peruvian Culture. For the second year in a row they received the award of the best cultural exhibitor of the Parade. Congratulations to Raices del Peru! And well done Iracunda and Juan!


Horse Camping.... Merritt, B.C. Hidden Valley Rustic Horse Camp


Working Equitation Clinic

Hosted by Ringstead Ranch


“Peruvians that love to RUN!” VR Neblina made the decision many years ago that the show ring was not for her. Samantha Zaitsoff acquired the beautiful Neblina from Suzanne Brown. (AKA “Ruby” at Gymkhana) Samantha decided this girl loves to run. “ you hear the spectators saying thats a Peruvian Paso, they GAIT. But this one loves to run” it's awareness of the breed. Congratulations to Samantha for winning High point horse at one of the Gymkhana events. Neblina often wins the speed classes when it’s a short sprint with tight turns. Photo: Samantha is competing in an event called “tough enough to wear pink” fundraiser for breast cancer. “Tough Enough To Wear Pink”

Sarah Boismier started Gymkhana with a friend and could tell you many stories of how people had never heard of or seen a Peruvian. The Gymkhana club of Kelowna sure knows that Peruvians are agile and a horse to contend with after competing against them for several years now. Sarah Zaitsoff received the Reserve High Point of the year in the Senior category on her beautiful mare. Not only is CSZ Shakira fast she is willing and agile in barrels, poles and keyhole.

Sarah competing in pole bending

Photo credit: Mark R. Lawrence

GYMKHANA


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The 39th Annual Canadian National Championship Peruvian Horse Show August 24-26, 2018 Silver Slate Arena Stavely, Alberta SHOW OFFICIALS Show Chairpersons…… .................... Show Manager ................................... Show Steward…………………………. Show Secretary………………........... Announcer… ...................................... Ring Admission Stewards... ............... ……… Ringmaster... ...................................... Barn Supervisor…………………………. Trail Class………………………..……........ Sponsorships ………………..……………. Ribbons ……………………………………… Trophies……………………………………… Premium List……………………….……… Show Program…………………………… Auction……………………………. ... Prueba Funcional ............................... Show Veterinarian... .......................... Show Committee…………………………

Earl & Lynn Moker Jocelyn Hastie CJ Heck Louise Burton Laurie Hardingham John and Sandy Van Den Brink Jackie Evans Earl Moker Nancy and Glen Cox Gail Rodgers Lynn Moker, Janice Burdega Tracy Brown Lynn Moker Sharyda Hutchinson, Suzanne Brown Sarah Boismeir, Samantha Zaitsoff John McMillan Claresholm Veterinary Clinic (403-625-3677) National Show Committee & PHAC Board of Directors

C o v e r p h o t o c o u r t e s y o f P a s o L l a n o M a g a z i n e w w w. p a s o l l a n o . c o m

Judge: Edie Gandy

Edith (Edie) Gandy has been breeding Peruvian horses for most of her adult life. She has produced multiple local, regional and national champions including EG Montserrat and National Champion of Champions Stallion, EG Emperador. Edie has been judging Peruvians for over 20 years and is Past President of the North American Peruvian Horse Association and the Southeastern Peruvian Horse Club. She lives in Anthony, Florida. Cover photo courtesy of Lee Locke


2018 Board of Directors ! President RICK CONES RR1 Cayley, Alberta T0L 0P0 Phone: 403-540-4841 Email: rick.cones@gmail.com ! ! Vice President KRISTIN ELDRIDGE 7431 Cokedale Rd, Sedro Woolley, WA 98284 USA 360-770-6525 Email: Kristin@RancholaColina.com ! Director RICK MATHESON #10 401 Browne Road Vernon BC V1T 7M2 (250) 275-7715 Executive Secretary GUS McCOLLISTER Lyalta, Alberta T0J 1Y0 Phone: (403) 935-4435 Fax: (403) 935-4774 Email: gusmccollister@efirehose.net

Secretary CATHIE TAGGART 4234 Hales Road, Armstrong, BC V0E 1B0 Phone: (250) 309-1436 Email: ctaggart@telus.net

! Executive Treasurer WILLIE JOHNSON 250 Prestwick Close SE Calgary, AB T2Z 4Y4 Email: willie-jj@hotmail.com ! Treasurer! JAN SJODIN 1353 Salmon River Road Salmon Arm BC V1E3H3 Phone: (250) 804-3332 Email: 4beat@telus. net ! Past President MIMI BUSK-DOWNEY 2nd Vice President Box 449 Acme AB T0M 0A0 Phone: 403-546-4331 Email: soberano31@gmail.com

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Frequently Asked Questions About the Peruvian Breed What is a Peruvian Paso Horse? A pure breed of naturally smooth-gaited riding horses whose ancestral home is Peru, South America. They have been established for five centuries. They have been selectively bred for their unique gait, stamina, beauty, and willing, cooperative energy called “brio”.

What is the breed's origin? The Spanish Conquistadors brought to the Americas their ambling riding horse breed called the Spanish Jennet. The horses were descended from the Barb from the Moorish invasion of Spain. These ancient Andalusian horses were called Cartujana and Sorraia horses, and most were smooth gaited. Peruvian noblemen used the horses for every purpose, from travel to crop checking and working with livestock. The Peruvian Paso Horse has been designated a "National Treasure" in Peru, and it has been established in many countries around the world. The Peruvian Paso is a very smooth and comfortable non-trotting riding horse. Unlike some other gaited breeds where the gait may or may not occur, the Peruvian Horse can guarantee that all purebreds will inherit the gait.

What can they be used for? They are used for pleasure riding, trails, shows, parades, exhibitions, and handicapped riding programs. Some are being used very successfully in ranch work, cattle penning, competitive trail rides and endurance riding. Their good dispositions make them suitable for many types of riders.

Physical characteristics? Height: 14.1 to 15.1 hands with some individuals over or under this average. Weight: 900 to 1,100 pounds, on average. Color: Chestnut, bay, seal brown occur most, and also black. Grey or roan is also acceptable. All the dilutes are possible, such as palomino, buckskin and duns. White markings are allowed and not penalized. Sabino and overo pintos are possible but rare. Appearance: Large eyes, long mane and tail, good solid body, strong, yet refined legs, high headset (proud) when in action, rounded croup and low tail set. A broad chest and deep body, about half body and half leg when viewed from the side. Well sprung ribs are important – a bigger circumference at the ribs than at the girth. "Termino": The natural showy outward rolling of the front limbs when the horse is moving foreword. Peruvian Horses are born with this characteristic. It is not "winging" or "paddling" which come from conformational faults. The foot is lifted off the ground, performs its arc in the air and then returns to square position before hitting the ground again. Peruvian horses may have abundant or minimal termino (or even none). It is a typical characteristic but it is not part of the gait – it is an added flourish and up to the individual breeder’s taste.

What gaits do they do? First, a flat-footed walk. Then the middle gait – called the Paso llano, (pronounced paw’-so yawn’-o). The third gait is usually faster, and it is called the Sobreandando. (pronounced sew-bree-awn-dawn’-doe), In the Paso Llano the four beats evenly spaced. In the Sobreandando the lateral footfalls are slightly closer a pace in timing, but the gait still flows without the characteristic side-to-side motion of a pacing horse. The horses do their gaits ranging to the speed of a fast trot or slow canter.

Can they gallop? Yes, out in the field you will see Peruvian horses gallop, trot, pace, and do all the gaits in between. However, the Peruvian horse is a specialist in having a very “locked-in” gait under saddle, and this gait is highly prized by the owners. So, most owners only do the walk, paso llano and sobreandando under saddle. The horses do these gaits at speed up to that of a fast trot or canter.

Are they trained to do the gaits?


No, the foals are born gaiting. As weanlings, yearlings and two year olds they will do many gaits, but when they start under saddle they will naturally do their four-beat gait. If they are ridden at a slow to moderate speed and the right type of exercises, they will refine their gaits to the best they can be. To understand that the gait is natural is not to say that training is unimportant. The traditional training emphasizes lightness, flexibility and self-carriage, with turns done on the forehand so as to not break the natural timing.

Do they need special tack? No. A Peruvian horse can be ridden in any saddle and they are wonderful bareback. To interfere the least with the horse, a deep seat is recommended, and not a forward seat. The Peruvian saddle puts the rider’s weight exactly where it should be, to not throw the horse off his timing. It is also beautiful, hand-made and extremely comfortable. But in some disciplines such as endurance riding, the Peruvian will be seen in a variety of saddles.

What kind of bit do they use? The Peruvian is trained first in a bozal, or bitless headgear, and the horse is taught everything he needs to know about being ridden without having a bit in his mouth. The bozal, in the hands of an expert, is an excellent tool to teach doubling and flexing. It encourages high head carriage while still allowing the horse to develop a long stride. Later, the mild curb is added and the horse works in four reins until he is secure with the bit. Peruvian Horses always wears a halter and rope when ridden and handled, and they are never led by the reins, which keeps the mouth soft and responsive. The final head carriage is high, the rein soft, and the stride long.

Are they the same as Paso Finos? No, the Paso Fino is a separate breed. The Paso Fino has a similar footfall pattern in its four-beat gait, but the execution of the gait is completely different. The Paso Fino seeks a short stride and a tight manner of going. The Paso Fino was developed primarily among the Caribbean islands where covering vast distances would not be a factor. The Peruvian developed as a “travel horse” – providing transportation in a large country with few roads. It is meant to cover the most ground possible with the fewest strides, drive from the rear, and move with great looseness in the shoulders.

Is the equitation easy to learn? Yes. A newcomer can be riding a trained Peruvian horse in mere minutes. The basics are simple. There is no posting, no strong use of leg with every stride as in some breeds. The horse has a built-in “motor” and is amenable to the rider’s wishes. The equitation is subtle, and the rider needs to be quiet in the hands and seat and let the horse carry him along. Although the newcomer can enjoy riding immediately, the equitation enthusiast will find that he can spend a lifetime learning about the subtleties of the precise nature of advanced Peruvian riding.

What is Brio? Brio is the unique energy of the Peruvian breed. It is as genetically predetermined as the gait. The trait that many breeds refer to as “spirit” is an aspect of brio, but the inner motivation of the horse is profound. At the same time, the deep reserve of energy is available to its rider in a productive way. It is not nervousness or a headstrong quality. A horse with brio is easier to ride than a horse lacking in brio. The extent and type of brio varies in individuals. Some horses are outwardly docile and their brio only is brought out when asked. Other horses have brio popping from every pore, and appear electric in their presence and pride. Then, at the rider’s cue, they drop to a head-down walk as if someone hit the “off” switch. This shows an excellent communication, as horses with the highest amount of brio are very sensitive and need clear, consistent cues.

For more information on the Peruvian Horse, Call Dale or Mimi Downey at Crescent Moon Ranch or email Soberano31@gmail.com


PHAC Class Procedures, Call of Classes and Basis for the Judge’s Decisions Purpose: To standardize the ring procedure and ensure that classes are run in a predictable manner, with all required elements presented to the judge prior to class cuts, yet maintain an efficient flow to keep shows within their schedules .

Procedure for Halter Classes : Each horse shall enter the ring in his best gait and shall remain in that gait until the Judge requests that the horse stop and line up. Each horse will be worked sufficiently as directed by the Judge in order to properly evaluate the gait. Horses will be worked in both directions of the ring and when requested to reverse, it is preferred that the handler change position to the inside. Position of the handler should be approximately even with the horse's withers and on the left hand side. Handlers may change sides during the individual workouts. Individual workouts may be called for any and all places by the Judge. All horses chosen for a workout must be shown as requested by the Judge. Actions that may disturb other entries (such as lunging circles when asked to line�up, or stopping intentionally) shall be forbidden. TWO AND THREE YEAR OLDS TO BE JUDGED: Conformation and Condition 50% Gait 30% Brio and Collection 20% FOUR YEAR OLDS AND OVER TO BE JUDGED: Conformation and Condition 40% Gait 40% Brio and Collection 20%

Procedure for Breeding Classes : Class Procedure: All horses will enter the arena at their best gait and will remain working until asked to line up by the ring steward. Horses will be shown in each horse's best gait in both directions of the ring, at a walk and otherwise as requested by the Judge. Individual workouts may be called for any and all places by the Judge. All horses chosen for a workout must be shown as requested by the Judge. The speed at which the horses are shown will be at the discretion of and completely under control of the Judge. The Judge may request different speeds of


an individual horse or group to test the horse's thread, but excessive speed will not be required. Horses must be ridden throughout the entire class by only one and the same person. unless the Judge, himself, wishes to ride one of the entries The Judge may not ride any horse during the class. ALL BREEDING DIVISION SADDLE CLASSES TO BE JUDGED: Conformation and Condition 35% Gait 35% Smoothness 20% Advance and Overstep 9% Termino 6% Brio and Collection 30% Elegance 12% Energy 12% Manners 6%

Procedure for Gait Classes: Class Procedure: Horses shall enter at the best gait and remain working on the rail. Horses will work both directions of the arena at best gait and will be asked to walk. Judge may wish to see horses slower or may ask them to extend their gait, work side by side, or may call the horses to line�up and proceed with individual workouts. Smooth transitions are desirable as is a range of correct gait, however excessive speed is not required. Occasionally the Judge may wish to see the width of the thread (variation of speed in which a horse maintains a pure gait) of a particular horse. However, the horse which can move the fastest is not necessarily the better�gaited horse. If another horse has a finer gait or if another horse has better movement, this may count for more in the final judging. Horses must be ridden throughout the entire class by only one and the same person. The Judge may not ride any horse during the class. GAIT CLASSES TO BE JUDGED: Gait Smoothness Advance and Overstep Timing Termino Overstep and Thread Conformation

95% 50% 15% 10% 10% 10% 5%


Procedure for Pleasure Division: All horses shall enter the ring at their best gait and continue on the rail. To be shown at the horse's best gait and at a walk in both directions of the ring and otherwise as requested by the Judge. The ideal Peruvian Pleasure Horse will be one that would be a smooth, efficient mount to take the rider on long rides. He should work effortlessly with a noticeable “bow” in the rein indicating very light rein cues. Leg aids will be subtle and responses will be appropriate to a horse that is a pleasure to ride. The following maneuvers on the rail in both directions shall be mandatory in Pleasure Classes prior to line‐up and prior to a class cut being made. 1. Do complete small circles 2. Stop and stand quietly 3. Back up a minimum of five steps 4. Walk on loose rein 5. Reversal of directions on the rail (done to the inside) Pleasure ‐ Optional maneuvers (on rail or individually) 6. Do serpentines through objects placed in an straight line 7. Do figure 8’s Diameter for the circles and spacing for the serpentines will be approximately 3 to 4.5 metres (10 to 15 feet) using safe and stable obstacles set in an approximately straight line. All maneuvers should be performed with precision. The horse should remain relaxed, and nervousness will be penalized. Mandatory maneuvers must be performed in both directions.
 Individual workouts may be called for any and all places by the Judge. All horses chosen for workouts must be shown as requested by the Judge. ALL PLEASURE CLASSES TO BE JUDGED: Maneuvers and manners Gait Smoothness 10% Advance 10% Thread 5% Termino 5% Conformation and Condition Brio and Collection

40% 30%

15% 15%


Performance Division: All horses shall enter the ring at their best gait and continue on the rail. The following maneuvers shall be mandatory in Performance Classes in order to demonstrate tractability and good manners. An ideal Performance Horse will perform with energy and precision. A more energetic attitude than in a Pleasure class is acceptable but the horse will be awaiting cues from his rider. A horse taking his own initiative or showing rebellion or resistance to the rider’s commands should not place over a horse working quietly and correctly. Mandatory on rail prior to any class cut: 1. Walk on loose rein 2. Stop and stand quietly 3. Back a minimum of five steps 4. Do complete small circles (to inside unless requested by judge toward rail) 5. Do reversals of directions on the rail (done to inside unless requested by judge toward rail) 6. Do serpentines through objects that are offset or curved configuration 7. Figure 8’s 8. Side pass 9. Stop, turn on the haunches 180 degrees Performance Optional maneuvers (on rail or individually) 9. Spirals (caracol) 10. Back 10 – 15 steps 11. Turn on the forehand Diameter for the circles and spacing for the serpentines will be approximately 3 to 4.5 metres (10 to 15 feet) using safe and stable obstacles offset approx. 2 – 3 ft metres (6 – 10 ft). Mandatory maneuvers must be performed in both directions. Individual workouts may be called for any and all places by the Judge. All horses chosen for workouts must be shown as requested by the Judge. ALL PERFORMANCE CLASSES TO BE JUDGED: Brio, collection, maneuvers and manners 60% Gait 25% Smoothness 10% Advance 5% Thread 5% Termino 5% Conformation and Condition................................15% E

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2018 Canadian National Show - Schedule of Classes 2018 Canadian National Show - Schedule of Classes Friday August 24 – 8:30 AM CLASS# 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16.

EVENT

Geldings 4+ Yrs. – Zootecnico Mares 4+ Yrs. – Zootecnico Stallions 4+ Yrs. – Zootecnico Fillies of 2015 and 2016 – Halter* Junior Showmanship in Hand – 13 & Over Colts of 2015 and 2016 – Halter* Junior Showmanship in Hand – 12 & Under Geldings 4+ Yrs. In Bit – Performance* NTR, Bit or Bozal Equitation** Mares 4+ Yrs. In Bit – Performance* ~~10 MINUTE INTERMISSION~~ Synchronized Pairs Stallions 4+ In Bit – Performance* Geldings 3-4 Yrs. In Bozal* Junior Saddle Equitation In Bit (13 & Over). Fillies 3-4 Yrs. In Bozal* Junior Saddle Equitation In Bit (12 & Under)

QUALIFIES FOR

High Point Professional High Point Professional High Point Professional Champion Jr. Horse High Point & Res. Jr. Exhibitor Champion Jr. Horse High Point & Res. Jr. Exhibitor Ch. & Res. Ch. Performance Gelding High Point Novice Ch. & Res. Ch. Performance Mare High Point Versatility Ch. & Res. Ch. Performance Stallion Best Bozal High Point & Res. Jr. Exhibitor Best Bozal High Point & Res. Jr. Exhibitor

LUNCH 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28.

Colts 3-4 Yrs. In Bozal* Geldings 4-6 Yrs. In Bit – Luxury* NTR, Bit or Bozal –Breeding/Luxury** Geldings 7+ Yrs. In Bit – Luxury* Junior Bareback Equitation (13 & Over) Mares 4-6 Yrs. In Bit – Breeding* ~~10 MINUTE INTERMISSION~~ Junior Simon Says (12 & Under) Mares 7+ Yrs. In Bit – Breeding* Breeding Mares/Stallions Stakes In Bit Stallions 4-6 Yrs. In Bit – Breeding* Open Eng./Western/Aust./Plantation (Pleasure) Stallions 7+ Yrs. In Bit – Breeding*

Best Bozal Ch. & Res. Ch. Luxury Gelding High Point Novice Ch. & Res. Ch. Luxury Gelding High Point & Res. Jr. Exhibitor Ch. & Res. Ch. Breeding Mare High Point & Res. Jr. Exhibitor Ch. & Res. Ch. Breeding Mare NQ Ch. & Res. Ch. Breeding Stallion High Point Versatility Ch. & Res. Ch. Breeding Stallion

*1st and 2nd place qualify and MUST SHOW in appropriate Championship classes (except w/vet excuse) ** Held in accordance with PHAC Show Novice to Ride (NTR)– Rule IX, Part II, Section 6A *** 1st and 2nd qualify, depending on gender of horse and MUST SHOW in appropriate Championship class ****1st and 2nd place qualify but are not required to enter Best Gaited Horse of Show class (owner’s discretion).


2018 Canadian National Show - Schedule of Classes Saturday August 25 – 8:30 AM CLASS# 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40.

EVENT

QUALIFIES FOR

Luxury Gelding Stakes In Bit NQ Open Performance Pattern In Bit* Ch. & Res. Ch. Performance G/M/S Open Amateur to Ride In Bit – Breed/Luxury***Ch. & Res. Breed G/M/S, Hi Pt Amateur Bozal Gait – Open **** Best Gaited Horse of Show NTR In Bit or Bozal – Gait** High Point Novice Junior Pleasure In Bit (13 & Over) High Point & Res. Jr. Exhibitor ~~10 MINUTE INTERMISSION~~ Champagne/Evian Stakes In Bit High Point Versatility Geldings 4 + Yrs. In Bit – Gait* Best Gaited Horse of Show Junior Pleasure In Bit (12 & Under) High Point & Res. Jr. Exhibitor Mares 4+ Yrs. In Bit – Gait* Best Gaited Horse of Show NTR In Bit or Bozal – Pleasure** High Point Novice Stallions 4+ Yrs. In Bit – Gait* Best Gaited Horse of Show

LUNCH 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51.

Costume Junior Evian (13 & Over) Geldings 4+ Yrs. In Bit – Pleasure* Junior Open Attire (12 & Under) Pleasure Mares 4+ Yrs. In Bit – Pleasure* Stallions 4+ Yrs. In Bit – Pleasure* ~~10 MINUTE INTERMISSION~~ Junior Leadline (6 Years & Under) Open Amateur to Ride In Bit – Gait* NTR In Bit or Bozal – Champagne/Evian Open Amateur to Ride In Bit – Pleasure*** Open Trail

High Point Versatility High Point & Res. Jr. Exhibitor Ch. & Res. Pleas. Gelding, Hi Pt Amateur High Point & Res. Jr. Exhibitor Ch. & Res. Pleasure Mare, Hi Pt Amateur Ch. & Res. Pleas. Stallion, Hi Pt Amateur NQ Best Gaited , High Pt Amateur High Point Novice Ch. & Res. Pleas. G/M/S, High Pt Amateur High Point Versatility

*1st and 2nd place qualify and MUST SHOW in appropriate Championship classes (except w/vet excuse) ** Held in accordance with PHAC Show Novice to Ride – Rule IX, Part II, Section 6A *** 1st and 2nd qualify, depending on gender of horse and MUST SHOW in appropriate Championship class ****1st and 2nd place qualify but are not required to enter Best Gaited Horse of Show class (owner’s discretion).


2018 Canadian National Show - Schedule of Classes Sunday August 26 – 9:30 AM Sunday August 26 - 7:30 AM – PRUEBA FUNCIONAL CLASS#

EVENT

QUALIFIES

52. 53. 54. 55.

Champion & Res Ch. Junior Horse High Point/Reserve Novice Rider High Point Jr./Res. Exhibitor – 13 & Over High Point Jr./Res. Exhibitor – 12 & Under ~~~ Junior Exhibitor’s Barrida~~~ Champion/Reserve Pleasure Gelding Champion/Reserve Pleasure Mare Champion/Reserve Pleasure Stallion Champion/Reserve Performance Gelding Champion/Reserve. Performance Mare Champion/Reserve Performance Stallion Champion/Reserve Luxury Gelding Champion/Reserve Breeding Mare Champion/Reserve Breeding Stallion LUNCH

4, 6 9, 19, 33, 39, 49 5, 14, 21, 34, 42 7, 16, 23, 37, 44

56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64.

43, 50 45, 50 43, 50 8, 30 10, 30 12, 30 18, 20, 31 22, 24, 31 26, 28, 31

**FLAG & JUDGE’S APPRECIATION PRESENTATION** 65. 66.

67. 68. 69. 70. 71. 72. 73. 74. 75. 76. 77.

High Point Professional Best Bozal Horse of Show High Point Amateur Rider

Halter, Zootec., Br/Lux, Bozal, Gait, Perf, (best placings) 13, 15, 17 31, 43, 45, 46, 48, 50

High Point & Res. Versatility Horse 11, 27, 35, 41, 51 Champion of Champions Pleasure Gelding 56 Champion of Champions Pleasure Mare 57 Champion of Champions Pleasure Stallion 58 Champion of Champions Performance Gelding 59 Champion of Champions Performance Mare 60 Champion of Champions Performance Stallion 61 Champion of Champions Luxury Gelding 62 Champion of Champions Breeding Mare 63 Champion of Champions Breeding Stallion 64 ~~10 MINUTE INTERMISSION~~ Best Gaited Horse of Show 32, 36, 38, 40, 48

BARRIDA OF CHAMPIONS


SHOW RESULTS 1. Geldings 4+ Yrs. – Zootecnico

Sponsored by PHAC 1ST ______________________ 2ND _____________________ 3RD ______________________ 4TH ______________________ 5TH ______________________HM ______________________

2. Mares 4+ Yrs. – Zootecnico

Sponsored by Ringstead Ranch 1ST ______________________ 2ND _____________________ 3RD ______________________ 4TH ______________________ 5TH ______________________HM ______________________

3. Stallions 4+ Yrs. – Zootecnico

Sponsored by PHAC 1ST ______________________ 2ND _____________________ 3RD ______________________ 4TH ______________________ 5TH ______________________HM ______________________

4. Fillies of 2015 and 2016 – Halter*

Sponsored by Ringstead Ranch 1ST ______________________ 2ND _____________________ 3RD ______________________ 4TH ______________________ 5TH ______________________HM ______________________

5. Junior Showmanship in Hand – 13 & Over

Sponsored by Joyce Brown 1ST ______________________ 2ND _____________________ 3RD ______________________ 4TH ______________________ 5TH ______________________HM ______________________

6. Colts of 2015 and 2016 – Halter*

Sponsored by PHAC 1ST ______________________ 2ND _____________________ 3RD ______________________ 4TH ______________________ 5TH ______________________HM ______________________

7. Junior Showmanship in Hand – 12 & Under

Sponsored by Jenee & Steve Demeres 1ST ______________________ 2ND _____________________ 3RD ______________________ 4TH ______________________ 5TH ______________________HM ______________________

8. Geldings 4+ Yrs. In Bit – Performance*

Sponsored by Ringstead Ranch 1ST ______________________ 2ND _____________________ 3RD ______________________ 4TH ______________________ 5TH ______________________HM ______________________

9. NTR, Bit or Bozal Equitation**

Sponsored by PHAC 1ST ______________________ 2ND _____________________ 3RD ______________________ 4TH ______________________ 5TH ______________________HM ______________________

10. Mares 4+ Yrs. In Bit – Performance*

Sponsored by Lousie Burton 1ST ______________________ 2ND _____________________ 3RD ______________________ 4TH ______________________ 5TH ______________________HM ______________________

11. Synchronized Pairs

Sponsored by New Horizon Peruvians 1ST ______________________ 2ND _____________________ 3RD ______________________ 4TH ______________________ 5TH ______________________HM ______________________


12. Stallions 4+ In Bit – Performance*

Sponsored by Sundowner Ranch Meats 1ST ______________________ 2ND _____________________ 3RD ______________________ 4TH ______________________ 5TH ______________________HM ______________________

13. Geldings 3-4 Yrs. In Bozal

Sponsored by PHAC 1ST ______________________ 2ND _____________________ 3RD ______________________ 4TH ______________________ 5TH ______________________HM ______________________

14. Junior Saddle Equitation In Bit (13 & Over)

Sponsored by Ringstead Ranch 1ST ______________________ 2ND _____________________ 3RD ______________________ 4TH ______________________ 5TH ______________________HM ______________________

15. Fillies 3-4 Yrs. In Bozal*

Sponsored by Ringstead Ranch 1ST ______________________ 2ND _____________________ 3RD ______________________ 4TH ______________________ 5TH ______________________HM ______________________

16. Junior Saddle Equitation In Bit (12 & Under)

Sponsored by PHAC 1ST ______________________ 2ND _____________________ 3RD ______________________ 4TH ______________________ 5TH ______________________HM ______________________

17. Colts 3-4 Yrs. In Bozal*

Sponsored by Ringstead Ranch 1ST ______________________ 2ND _____________________ 3RD ______________________ 4TH ______________________ 5TH ______________________HM ______________________

18. Geldings 4-6 Yrs. In Bit – Luxury*

Sponsored by Paradise Ranch 1ST ______________________ 2ND _____________________ 3RD ______________________ 4TH ______________________ 5TH ______________________HM ______________________

19. NTR, Bit or Bozal –Breeding/Luxury**

Sponsored by PHAC 1ST ______________________ 2ND _____________________ 3RD ______________________ 4TH ______________________ 5TH ______________________HM ______________________

20. Geldings 7+ Yrs. In Bit – Luxury*

Sponsored by Ringstead Ranch 1ST ______________________ 2ND _____________________ 3RD ______________________ 4TH ______________________ 5TH ______________________HM ______________________

21. Junior Bareback Equitation (13 & Over)

Sponsored by PHAC 1ST ______________________ 2ND _____________________ 3RD ______________________ 4TH ______________________ 5TH ______________________HM ______________________

22. Mares 4-6 Yrs. In Bit – Breeding*

Sponsored by Paradise Ranch 1ST ______________________ 2ND _____________________ 3RD ______________________ 4TH ______________________ 5TH ______________________HM ______________________


23. Junior Simon Says (12 & Under)

Sponsored by PHAC 1ST ______________________ 2ND _____________________ 3RD ______________________ 4TH ______________________ 5TH ______________________HM ______________________

24. Mares 7+ Yrs. In Bit – Breeding*

Sponsored by Ringstead Ranch 1ST ______________________ 2ND _____________________ 3RD ______________________ 4TH ______________________ 5TH ______________________HM ______________________

25. Breeding Mares/Stallions Stakes In Bit

Sponsored by PHAC 1ST ______________________ 2ND _____________________ 3RD ______________________ 4TH ______________________ 5TH ______________________HM ______________________

26. Stallions 4-6 Yrs. In Bit – Breeding*

Sponsored by Paradise Ranch 1ST ______________________ 2ND _____________________ 3RD ______________________ 4TH ______________________ 5TH ______________________HM ______________________

27. Open Eng./Western/Aust./Plantation (Pleasure)

Sponsored by PHAC 1ST ______________________ 2ND _____________________ 3RD ______________________ 4TH ______________________ 5TH ______________________HM ______________________

28. Stallions 7+ Yrs. In Bit – Breeding*

Sponsored by Paradise Ranch 1ST ______________________ 2ND _____________________ 3RD ______________________ 4TH ______________________ 5TH ______________________HM ______________________

29. Luxury Gelding Stakes In Bit

Sponsored by Paradise Ranch 1ST ______________________ 2ND _____________________ 3RD ______________________ 4TH ______________________ 5TH ______________________HM ______________________

30. Open Performance Pattern In Bit*

Sponsored by Ringstead Ranch 1ST ______________________ 2ND _____________________ 3RD ______________________ 4TH ______________________ 5TH ______________________HM ______________________

31. Open Amateur to Ride In Bit – Breed/Luxury***

Sponsored by Vista Ridge Ranch 1ST ______________________ 2ND _____________________ 3RD ______________________ 4TH ______________________ 5TH ______________________HM ______________________

32. Bozal Gait – Open ****

Sponsored by Pardise Ranch 1ST ______________________ 2ND _____________________ 3RD ______________________ 4TH ______________________ 5TH ______________________HM ______________________

33. NTR In Bit or Bozal – Gait**

Sponsored by PHAC 1ST ______________________ 2ND _____________________ 3RD ______________________ 4TH ______________________ 5TH ______________________HM ______________________

34. Junior Pleasure In Bit (13 & Over)

Sponsored by John and Gail Rodgers 1ST ______________________ 2ND _____________________ 3RD ______________________ 4TH ______________________ 5TH ______________________HM ______________________


35. Champagne/Evian Stakes In Bit

Sponsored by New Horizon Peruvians 1ST ______________________ 2ND _____________________ 3RD ______________________ 4TH ______________________ 5TH ______________________HM ______________________

36. Geldings 4 + Yrs. In Bit – Gait*

Sponsored by Paradise Ranch 1ST ______________________ 2ND _____________________ 3RD ______________________ 4TH ______________________ 5TH ______________________HM ______________________

37. Junior Pleasure In Bit (12 & Under)

Sponsored by PHAC 1ST ______________________ 2ND _____________________ 3RD ______________________ 4TH ______________________ 5TH ______________________HM ______________________

38. Mares 4+ Yrs. In Bit – Gait*

Sponsored by Paradise Ranch 1ST ______________________ 2ND _____________________ 3RD ______________________ 4TH ______________________ 5TH ______________________HM ______________________

39. NTR In Bit or Bozal – Pleasure**

Sponsored by PHAC 1ST ______________________ 2ND _____________________ 3RD ______________________ 4TH ______________________ 5TH ______________________HM ______________________

40. Stallions 4+ Yrs. In Bit – Gait*

Sponsored by Jackie Evans 1ST ______________________ 2ND _____________________ 3RD ______________________ 4TH ______________________ 5TH ______________________HM ______________________

41. Costume

Sponsored by Paradise Ranch 1ST ______________________ 2ND _____________________ 3RD ______________________ 4TH ______________________ 5TH ______________________HM ______________________

42. Junior Evian (13 & Over)

Sponsored by PHAC 1ST ______________________ 2ND _____________________ 3RD ______________________ 4TH ______________________ 5TH ______________________HM ______________________

43. Geldings 4+ Yrs. In Bit – Pleasure*

Sponsored by Sundowner Ranch Meats 1ST ______________________ 2ND _____________________ 3RD ______________________ 4TH ______________________ 5TH ______________________HM ______________________

44. Junior Open Attire (12 & Under) Pleasure

Sponsored by PHAC 1ST ______________________ 2ND _____________________ 3RD ______________________ 4TH ______________________ 5TH ______________________HM ______________________

45. Mares 4+ Yrs. In Bit – Pleasure*

Sponsored by Jenee and Steve Demeres 1ST ______________________ 2ND _____________________ 3RD ______________________ 4TH ______________________ 5TH ______________________HM ______________________


46. Stallions 4+ Yrs. In Bit – Pleasure*

Sponsored by New Horizon Peruvians 1ST ______________________ 2ND _____________________ 3RD ______________________ 4TH ______________________ 5TH ______________________HM ______________________

47. Junior Leadline (6 Years & Under)

Sponsored by Ringstead Ranch 1ST ______________________ 2ND _____________________ 3RD ______________________ 4TH ______________________ 5TH ______________________HM ______________________

48. Open Amateur to Ride In Bit – Gait*

Sponsored by New Horizon Peruvians 1ST ______________________ 2ND _____________________ 3RD ______________________ 4TH ______________________ 5TH ______________________HM ______________________

49. NTR In Bit or Bozal – Champagne/Evian

Sponsored by Ringstead Ranch 1ST ______________________ 2ND _____________________ 3RD ______________________ 4TH ______________________ 5TH ______________________HM ______________________

50. Open Amateur to Ride In Bit – Pleasure***

Sponsored by PHAC 1ST ______________________ 2ND _____________________ 3RD ______________________ 4TH ______________________ 5TH ______________________HM ______________________

51. Open Trail

Sponsored by John and Gail Rodgers 1ST ______________________ 2ND _____________________ 3RD ______________________ 4TH ______________________ 5TH ______________________HM ______________________

52. Champion & Res Ch. Junior Horse

Sponsored by PHAC CHAMP _____________________________ RESV___________________________________

53. High Point/Reserve Novice Rider

Sponsored by Ringstead Ranch HIGH POINT _____________________________ RESV_______________________________

54. High Point Jr./Res. Exhibitor – 13 & Over

Sponsored by Paradise Ranch HIGH POINT _____________________________ RESV_______________________________

55. High Point Jr./Res. Exhibitor – 12 & Under

Sponsored by Ringstead Ranch HIGH POINT _____________________________ RESV_______________________________

56. Champion/Reserve Pleasure Gelding

Sponsored by Paradise Ranch CHAMP _____________________________ RESV___________________________________

57. Champion/Reserve Pleasure Mare

Sponsored by Jenee and Steve Demers CHAMP _____________________________ RESV___________________________________


58. Champion/Reserve Pleasure Stallion

Sponsored by Cresent Moon Ranch CHAMP _____________________________ RESV___________________________________

59. Champion/Reserve Performance Gelding

Sponsored by Rob and Jan Sjodin CHAMP _____________________________ RESV___________________________________

60. Champion/Reserve. Performance Mare

Sponsored by Paradise Ranch CHAMP _____________________________ RESV___________________________________

61. Champion/Reserve Performance Stallion

Sponsored by Solida del Sol Peruvian Horses CHAMP _____________________________ RESV___________________________________

62. Champion/Reserve Luxury Gelding

Sponsored by Nancy and Glen Cox CHAMP _____________________________ RESV___________________________________

63. Champion/Reserve Breeding Mare

Sponsored by Paradise Ranch CHAMP _____________________________ RESV___________________________________

64. Champion/Reserve Breeding Stallion Sponsored by Ringstead Ranch CHAMP _____________________________ RESV___________________________________

65. Best Bozal Horse of Show

Sponsored by Paradise Ranch BEST BOZAL________________________________________________________________

66. High Point Amateur Rider

Sponsored by In memory of Joe Macrae HIGH POINT_____________________________ RESV___________________________________

67. High Point & Res. Versatility Horse

Sponsored by Kelly and Andres HIGH POINT _____________________________ RESV___________________________________

68. Champion of Champions Pleasure Gelding

Sponsored by Ringstead Ranch CHAMP OF CHAMPS __________________________________________________________

69. Champion of Champions Pleasure Mare

Sponsored by Paradise Ranch CHAMP OF CHAMPS __________________________________________________________

70. Champion of Champions Pleasure Stallion

Sponsored by Ringstead Ranch CHAMP OF CHAMPS __________________________________________________________

71. Champion of Champions Performance Gelding

Sponsored by Paradise Ranch CHAMP OF CHAMPS __________________________________________________________


72. Champion of Champions Performance Mare

Sponsored by Jenee and Steve Demeres CHAMP OF CHAMPS __________________________________________________________

73. Champion of Champions Performance Stallion

Sponsored by John and Gail Rodgers CHAMP OF CHAMPS __________________________________________________________

74. Champion of Champions Luxury Gelding

Sponsored by Stone Ridge Stables CHAMP OF CHAMPS __________________________________________________________

75. Champion of Champions Breeding Mare Sponsored by Ringstead Ranch CHAMP OF CHAMPS __________________________________________________________

76. Champion of Champions Breeding Stallion

Sponsored by Ringstead Ranch CHAMP OF CHAMPS __________________________________________________________

77. Best Gaited Horse of Show

Sponsored by Paradise Ranch BEST GAITED ________________________________________________________________

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SPECIAL THANKS TO Paso Llano Magazine, Kelly Powers-Ponciano and Andres Ponciano for sponsoring the High Point Professional Award (HPP) Trophy Belt Buckle. www.pasollano.com Centaur Awards, Langley B.C. supplier of the National Show ribbons www.centaurawards.com Rustic Paradise, Cindy & Shannon Zaitsoff, Vernon B.C. for contributing the labor on the 1st place awards. www.rusticparadise.ca Silver Slate Arena - Mike, Tina and Cristina Santangelo for providing their beautiful venue for our show. http://www.silverslatearena.com/ And a thank you to all class sponsors, show volunteers and exhibitors for attending.


Canadian National Championship Peruvian Horse Show Silver Slate Arena August 24 - 26, 2018

Entries By Number 2018 Aug 19 04:02 PM Entry 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83

Horse RSTD Esteban BDS Valeroso VRR Aladino BDS Orgullo Del Peru BDS Sabrosada BDS Valentino BDS Domenico SRV Ministro BDS Valiente BDS Cochis BDS La Sirena BDS Crisana BDS Dinastia RSTD Sonador RSTD Trueno VRR Guerrero RDLF Luminoso Polete IJB RSTD Fortunado RSTD Alessandra RSTD Lucero RSTD Sucesor RSTD Tesoro RSTD Ariosto RSTD Gustavio RSTD Portia RSTD Charo RSTD Alelita RSTD Filigrana CM Romance CBP Felicia CBP Marinero CBP Jazmin MLM Magico RKE Misteriosa DB Antonela CME ELCID JR Aladre JR Alharaca RYR Andalucia Luminoso BCT SRS La Solista SRS Sahara Fox Esmeralda Arrogante NHP

Owner Glen Cox Nancy Cox Heather Neilson Paradise Ranch Sarah Boismier Samantha Zaitsoff Paradise Ranch Paradise Ranch Paradise Ranch Paradise Ranch Paradise Ranch Paradise Ranch Paradise Ranch Rob Sjodin Jan Sjodin Vista Ridge Ranch Vista Ridge Ranch John McMillan Rick & Bonnie Matheson Monika Lauterbacher Ringstead Ranch Ringstead Ranch Ringstead Ranch Ringstead Ranch Ringstead Ranch Ringstead Ranch Ringstead Ranch Ringstead Ranch Kristin & Randy Eldridge Crescent Moon Ranch Campobello Peruvians Campobello Peruvians Campobello Peruvians Campobello Peruvians Tracy Brown David & Deb Breault Chris Anctil Raul and Lauren Risso Raul and Lauren Risso Raul and Lauren Risso Cathie Taggert Stoneridge Peruvians Stoneridge Peruvians Stoneridge Peruvians Stoneridge Peruvians

Rider

Grant McKinney

Ben Sawatzky Chantelle Sawatzky Ben Sawatzky Chantelle Sawatzky Chantelle Sawatzky Ben Sawatzky Shannon Zaitsoff

Sharyda Hutchinson Oscar Vasquez

Lauren Risso Lauren Risso Lauren Risso Lauren Risso Lindsay Carpen Kim Sheridan Kim Sheridan Oscar Vasquez

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BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Kim Sheridan – President Kim@stoneridgeperuvians.com Sandy Van Den Brink – Vice President Svruffus15@gmail.com Lindsay Carpen – Secretary Linzi_018@yahoo.ca Chantal Galpin – Treasurer Chantalgalpin@gmail.com Lesa Steeves – Director Lcsteeves@shaw.ca

We wish you all good luck at the Canadian Nationals.

Watch for the 2019 dates for the Alberta Regional Show


Present and Vital Challenges by Raul Risso *......**Present and Vital Challenges* Over the present "chat lines" on the Internet, we find opinions of long established and knowledgeable breeders coinciding that until and IF we find a genetic marker for the detection of DSLD, conformational defects and/or weaknesses are the only lead that we have to recognize susceptibility to future soundness problems. Other people have responded that some horses break down even though, they claim; the horse had correct conformation. It is my experience that defects show up soon after birth (a good reason to cull them) and then, as the individuals grow and until they reach adulthood at 6 or 7 years of age; their weaknesses are "hidden" or "covered" to the eye of most viewers. Such is the case especially with the post legged horse. We need to breed for improved angulations (not too much not too little), more bone that generally speaks of stronger well wrapped joints; and well proportioned hoofs. We need horses that are able to stand plumb and decisively under their body mass. They must have a rather short muscular loin area, a long inclined croup and proper correlative ANGULATIONS beginning at the stifle, to the hock, (slightly sickled), continuing at the pastern, (medium to short and not too flexible or squishy) with the hoof following the axis of the angle of the pastern *not coon footed). When viewed from the rear or the front, the horse's limbs should be perpendicular to the ground. Whether standing or in movement, the hoofs in the rear should touch the ground closer together than the hoofs in the front, with the footprints forming the figure of a trapezoid. This last quality provides our breed with more IMPULSION from behind. PPH that are rectangular in their footfall have less power and, when in motion; "waddle like a duck". Such horses, generally speaking, reach far under their body mass while in gait but lack the DRIVE that the rear end described above provides. When viewed from the side, a horse's profile must show a front end with rather sloped shoulder blades (allowing looseness) with legs that are VERTICAL to the ground. Individuals that stay "close to the ground" with deep bodies that provide a lower center of gravity give our breed of horse the ability to move in a GLIDING MODE. Long, lean, elevated, firm necks (avoiding fallen crests) with correct insertions of the head and neck into the withers permit NATURAL COLLECTION. This last trait makes training much easier as the horse requires little assistance from tack devices or the rider-s ability in order to travel elegantly with the head up. Proper angulations, deep bodies, and elevated necks as described above are conformation traits that allow the Peruvian Paso Horse to propel itself elegantly in a natural manner. The basic requirements of a good Peruvian Horse along with CONFORMATION (the main subject I wanted to deal with at this time) are PISOS (*) and BRIO with GENTLE DISPOSITION. As with other traits, brio is inheritable. An unruly horse does not have brio, is not a desirable individual and CULLING should be considered out of kindness to the animal as well as the human. Not all people are kind people. It is not different with horses and dangerous individuals should be eliminated. In as far as gait, there is one "rule of thumb" that I learned from the old master breeder Jorge Juan Pinillos. He used to say and repeat: "Pisos mas Pisos = Pisos". This is very true as Pisos are recessive to Paso, a Paso is recessive to an Ambler, and an Ambler is recessive to a Trotter. I have written before sustaining that "Pisos" is the most important characteristic in the breeding of the PPH. I have not changed that a bit, because Pisos IDENTIFY our breed and make a Peruvian different than any other gaited breeds, be it the ancestrally related Paso Fino or the Walker, the Islandic or others. Conformation, brio and pisos all complement each other. I am quoting from an article I wrote back in 1984 "no horse has an excellent gait if it is not strong enough, or lacks the temperament or character to sustain the paso llano over a lengthy distance". Finally, I suggest that the "Standard of the Breed" should be re/examined in order to portray an Ideal Type for the future and not merely a carbon copy of our present PPH. It needs to reflect a vision, through its conformational&functional requirements


of, first and foremost, A HORSE, capable of carrying us for many miles over many years. Many years ago, Fito Matellini proposed that in order to obtain an ideal type we should outcross individuals of prominent bloodlines. In those days inbreeding and line breeding were in swing and some of us, with disdain, referred to his suggestion as "Fito's Cocktail Horse". Eventually, I followed that path. Fito was right! Pisos (*): An expression used in Peru referring to the original and natural ability in which the PPH travels by breaking it's predominantly lateral gait into four beat once, showing a wide thread of "Aires" within that motion. With smoothness and advance, they identify themselves by the gliding-driving long and energetic stride of their rear legs while showing body collection and adornments in the front limbs with what is referred to as "Termino", elevating, extending and laterally rotating the forearms with the forefeet returning to land squarely under the body mass. .. .About the Author Raúl Risso is a long time breeder and International Judge of Peruvian Pasos. He moved from Peru to the USA with his herd of horses in 1989. Raúl, has also been a successful breeder and judge of Registered Holstein dairy cows, having had more than 40 years of involvement in the livestock business. He has judged Peruvian Pasos all over the world including the National Shows in Peru (twice), the USA, Canada, Germany, Argentina, Ecuador, Panama, Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador. Raúl and his wife Lauren, an accomplished breeder and trainer herself; have produced outstanding horses at their ranch in Louisiana, amongst them the 2006 National Laureado Champion Breeding Stallion WFP El Joven Peru and the 2X (2001) Reserve National Champion Breeding Mare RyR Mi Lady, a daughter of the legendary RyR Fantasia+ National Laureada Breeding Mare at the age of 16. They now live in Point Roberts Washington and can be reached through their email: ryrusa@gmail.com.

Stallions

Check out stallions on the following pages!


The Champion Horses of

Raul & Lauren Risso JR (PE) Alarde 2016 & 2018 Northwest Regional Champion of Champion Breeding Stallion 2018 Northwest Regional Best Gaited Horse of Show 2018 Gold Rush Classic Res. Champion Breeding Stallion 2016 & 2017 Canadian National Best Gaited Horse of Show 2016 Canadian National Champion Breeding Stallion

ERM Espontaneo AEV El Patricio AEV Nueva Luz JEB Dandy AV Asterisco LV Fragrancia AV Promesa JRM Retorno MEAA Apreciado FPC Garbosa MEAA Aventura JRM Premier MEAA Almanza JRM Propina

Introducing his Full Sister JR (PE) ALHARACA 2018 Gold Rush Classic 2018 Northwest Championship Champion Bozal Horse

Point Roberts, Washington, USA ryrusa@gmail.com • 985.748.4811


*SRV Ministro 2013 Stallion

*SRV Ministro is 5 years old, • SRV Ministro arrived to Paradise from Peru fall 2017. • A few breeding spots available for the 2019 breeding season. Owners:)Ben)&)Dori Sawatzky Contact:)Shannon)&)Cindy)Zaitsoff) Email:)info@paradisehorses.com Vernon)BC,)CANADA 250.558.4743

www.paradisehorses.com *SRV Ministro Dec 2, 2013

MSCRL Maria Temblores

LBL Presencia

JR Reserva

JRM Retorno

*WF Embajador

Majistrado

Sureña

JRM Predilecto

WF Lunareja

JRM Resolana

FG Candela

JRM Premier

JRM Rechina

JRM Resultado


BDS Doménico 2012 Stallion

BDS Domenico is 6 years old, • •

Great mind and Impeccable timing and gait. 3 time Best Gaited Horse of Show Regional and National Level. 2 Champion of Champions Breeding Titles. A few breeding spots available for the 2019 breeding season.

BDS Doménico Apr 9, 2012 BDS Orgullo del Peru

*Capilla

JOR Ofensa

HNS Cynthia II

JOR Vicus

CCY Emisario

Flor de Tacama

JRM Predilecto

BDS Oro Pesa

*Distinguida

Cayalti

*CDV Cayetano

HDN Coqueton

*JRM Altiva

RDS Me Llamo Peru+


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RDLF Luminoso (RDLF Josefina X JCG Gringo)

PEARL Buckskin Colt

RDLF Luminoso is a pearl buckskin, one of the rarest colours genetically, a double dilute cream. He will only produce Pearl or Cream offspring. He was purchased by Vista Ridge Ranch when just a month old and his colour was uncertain I felt compelled to purchase him as 2 great afcionadas .....Cheryl Aldrich, his owner, and Beth Carrington who owned JCG Gringo. were involved in his breeding. Both of these women loved the Peruvian horse and passed while too young. I think of these ladies often and feel fortunate to have such a special horse with a great legacy. He is standing at stud at Stoneridge Stables Contact: suzie_brown@me.com

VRR Sendero (AV Almendra X RDLF Luminoso Pearl Chestnut Colt Luminoso’s first offspring...so pleased


Peruvian Paso Horse Breeding & Training Center Located on 150 acres in Southern Alberta, Canada

Horses for sale • Stallions at Stud • Visitors Welcome CCM V (pe)Mochero (CMV Rehen x JR Arrebatada)

Imported from Peru, this beautiful stallion has ground covering pisos, beautiful extension & good size.

El Caudillo EC (Espartaco de Cherokee x PK Preguntame)

El Caudillo is a multi Champion of Champions Breeding Stallion. Sire of International Champion of Champions

JOE & KIM SHERIDAN Kim@stoneridgeperuvians.com • 403.510.8090 www.StoneRidgePeruvians.com


The Stallions of Ringstead Ranch The Relentless Pursuit of Perfection with Performance...

RSTD Farruco

(MLM Magico ET x RSTD Madonna++)

2017 Canadian & USA National Champion of Champions Breeding Stallion

*MAA Valiente

(AV Ejecutivo x LV Actriz) Champion of Champions Breeding Stallion Recently Imported from Panama

RSTD Gustavio

(ERM Espontaneo x JRU Sabrina) Twice Canadian National Champion of Champions Breeding Stallion

Rick and Deb Cones

www.RingsteadRanch.com 403-860-9763 • deb.cones@gmail.com Proudly Canadian