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Edition No. 3 November, December 2011

• Welcome Master Card • Welcome On Fashion by: Rita-Gomez • Welcome Peruvian Horse 1

• Judges Lounge by: Carlos Lemoine • Money Talk by: Alicia Alvarez


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Our Cover ESPERANZA DE HH 2011 (Nov.-Dic.)

Publisher Valerio Rosales Editor Soraya Rosales Art Director Luis Rico Writers Eduardo Martinez Carlos Lemoine Douglas Novick, DVM Juan Carlos Ortiz Jessica Rosales Sales & Fashion Rita-Gomez Horses Consulting Benjamin Rivera (Mincho) Directors Valerio Rosales Karel Guerra Jesus A. Berrio (Don Poncho) Noe Berardinelli Ismael Rodriguez

Cuando le dedicamos una portada a una Caballo, tomamos en cuenta muchos factores, no solo la calidad del mismo , que este caso sobran las palabras para resaltar las bondades de esta extraordinaria yegua hija de PEDREGAL DEL CONDE, ese famosísimo ejemplar que ha dejado y dejara huella en la Cría y en las Pistas de los Caballos de Paso Fino Colombiano, a esto debemos sumarle como bien sabemos los Caballistas del mundo de Paso Fino Colombiano, me refiero AL MANEJO, esta yegua LA ESPERANZA DE HH, esta supremamente manejada y ha sido conducida desde sus comienzos de una manera muy profesional y acertada, por ello tenemos que ha sido en el 2011 GRAN CAMPEONA EN REPUBLICA DOMINICANA y también en el 2011 quedo GRAN CAMPEONA RESERVADA (4ANOS) EN LOS ESTADOS UNIDOS DE NORTEAMERICA, estos títulos y su excelente manejo la ubican como una de las yeguas de mas futuro en el paso Fino Colombiano. Al tener los Caballistas la oportunidad de contar con animales de esta categoría, como LA ESPERANZA DE HH, se está consolidando cualquier inversión que se desee hacer dentro del Mundo del paso Fino Colombiano, esto lo decimos porque hay que tenerla en cuenta para cualquier programa de embriones, recuerden que cuando se busca un Campeón se debe tener en cuenta de una manera especial a la MADRE, y con este ESPERANZA DE HH, no hay lugar a dudas, recuerden como siempre les digo, EL QUE QUIERA MAS QUE LE PIQUEN CANA. Desde aquí les enviamos un cordial saludo a la familia Valdivieso, en Puerto Rico y a su entrenador Gueñito Betancourt, éxito en el venidero 2012 Paso Fino Journal

Photography Soraya Rosales Cheri Prill Legal Dr. Angel M. Garcia-Oliver, P.A. The views and opinions expressed in this publication throughout the editorial and advertisements are not necessarily those the management of PASO FINO JOURNAL (DBA), all right reserved. No portion of this publication may be duplicated or reprinted without written permission form the publisher, Printed in the USA.

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Letter from the Publisher Desde un inicio supimos la dificulta que era redimensionar una publicación y reiniciar un proyecto de 15 años atrás, en este 2011 pudimos con el apoyo de unos pocos sacar tres ediciones, Ediciones estas que nos han servido de experiencia y de reencuentro con la nueva familia de Los Caballos de Silla. No somos ni seremos una publicación de resultados en competencias (eso nos da cierta flexibilidad), queremos y lo hemos escrito anteriormente ser una publicación EDUCATIVA, CONTRUCTIVA para bien de los Caballos de Silla o de Paso, sin importar su origen y con esto nos referimos a las influencias de los juzgamientos en el desarrollo de Caballos de Paso Colombiano, Caballo de Paso Peruano, Caballo de Silla Costarricense o Nicaragüense o el Caballo Andaluz entre otros. Les anunciamos que ya estamos iniciando operaciones para que el 2012 contemos con las Asociaciones de Caballos Peruanos dentro de Los Estados Unidos de Norteamérica y pronto tendremos una reunión con la Asociación de caballos Árabes que se encuentra en California. La idea es que Los amantes de los caballos de Silla se conozcan y que nosotros aprovechemos si fuese el caso la experiencia de otras razas para mejorar la de Los Caballos de Paso Fino Colombiano o viceversa. En esta edición comenzamos con una familia de la Asociación de Paso Fino Peruano en Los Estados Unidos, le damos la más cordial bienvenida y esperamos que esto sea el inicio de la entrada de Paso Fino Journal dentro de esta prestigiosa modalidad de los Caballos de Silla. Esperamos para nuestra próxima edición poder contar con miembros de otras modalidades, recuerden todo es por el Bien del caballo de Silla, Éxito y salud y nos vemos en la próxima edición del 2012. Valerio Rosales Editor

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Contents 04 Our Cover 06 Money Talks

by: Alicia Alvarez

10 Letter from the Publisher

12 Vet’s Note

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24 Trainer’s Month 26 On Fashion

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Vaccine Recom for Your [By Douglas Novick, DVM]

Summary Vaccines Given Once a Year

Encephalitis Tetanus West Nile Virus (in some areas) Strangles Rabies Botulism Equine Viral Arteritis Vaccines Given Two Times a Year Influenza Given up to 4 times per year Rhinopneumonitis Given up to 4 times per year West Nile Virus In California and many other areas Potomac Horse Fever In areas of significant risk Special Considerations Horses going to frequent competitions or at racetrack settings should be vaccinated for Influenza and Rhinopneumonitis every 3 months. In some situations you will need to make that every 2 months. Pregnant Mares should be vaccinated against Rhinopneumonitis at months 5, 7 and 9 to prevent late term abortions. They should also be vaccinated at months 10 for Encephalitis, Tetanus, and Flu along with vaccinations for all others used in your program. In the Mid-Atlantic States and Kentucky Botulism should be one of the additional vaccines included. This is done to boost the anti-bodies transferred to the foal from the mare. These antibodies are the only protection a foal has against these diseases for the first few months of life. Foals should be vaccinated for all diseases in your program at 2 months, 3 months and 6 months. Follow the adult program after that time. Eastern and Western Encephalomyelitis: These are two similar but distinct viral diseases of the brain. The Eastern virus has mortality in the 75% to 90% region. The Western virus is on the order of 50% fatal. Those few horses that do recover can have permanent neurologic damage. The diseases are transmitted by mosquito bite. Vaccines are very effective and widespread. However, each

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year outbreaks of both these diseases occur. Having seen cases in an outbreak in New Jersey several years ago, I can tell you that it is tragic to see a horse deteriorate over a week’s time. It will slowly lose muscular control and eventually go down, unable to rise. When you know that a simple vaccination could have prevented such a tragic end, you become and advocate for aggressive vaccination All horses should be vaccinated against these two viruses once a year. Venezuelan Encephalomyelitis: Similar to the eastern and western viruses, the Venezuelan strain is currently not affecting the United States. There was a scare in 1994 when several horses in southern Mexico came down with the disease. Movement of horses from Mexico was banned for a time. The outbreak was contained in southern Mexico and did not appear to move north. So far cases of Venezuelan Encephalomyelitis have not been seen in the United States since at least 1980, if not earlier. Tetanus: Tetanus is a disease caused by the toxin of the bacteria Clostridium tetani. Of all animals, horses are among the most susceptible. The bacteria are always around and generally gain access to an animal via a contaminated cut. The toxin is released causing massive contraction without relaxation of muscles. One of the lay terms for the disease is “lock jaw” because there is contraction of the muscles that allow the horse to chew food. They lock the jaw closed. The horse can not eat or drink. Vaccination is very effective and should be done once a year. Influenza: This is an upper respiratory viral disease that presents as a snotty nose, cough and fever. Transmission from horse to horse is by touch and aerosol from coughs and sneezes. It is highly contagious. In unvaccinated barns over 50% of the horses will come down with the disease. Although mostly self-limiting, Influenza will breakdown the defense systems of the respiratory tract. This opens up the lungs and bronchi to secondary bacterial infections. It is this risk of secondary bacterial infections that cause veterinarians to put many infected horses on antibiotics. The stress of transportation has been linked to an increased risk of both catching the virus and of getting secondary bacterial infections following viral infections. The vaccines are not 100% effective and have a maximum effectiveness of only 3 to 4 months. My current recommendation is that all horses be vaccinated two times each year. For horses going to several horse shows and horses at racetracks, owners should have them vaccinated every three or four months. Rhinopneumonitis: This is a viral disease that causes three different forms of disease. This upper respiratory tract disease is virtually identical and indistinguishable from the disease caused by Influenza virus. The course of the disease and vaccination protocols for both viruses are the same. All horses should be vaccinated at least two times per year. Horses at greater risk should be vaccinated 3 to 4 times per year. Rhinopneumonitis also has two other forms. One causes a


mmendations r Horse neurologic disease that is typified by a gradual loss of control of muscles starting in the hind end. The other form of the disease causes late term abortions in pregnant mares. For this reason all pregnant mares should be vaccinated against Rhinopneumonitis at 5, 7, and 9 months of pregnancy. In the last three years work has been done to separate the strain of the virus that cause abortions from the strain which causes the upper respiratory disease. Although there are some cross protections, vaccines made to protect against one strain do not provide as much protection against the other strain. West Nile Virus West Nile Virus is a viral brain infection that came to the United States in 1999. It causes severe neurological symptoms and kills over 30% of horses that contract it. Mosquitoes spread it with birds being the natural host for the disease. In 2002 it spread across to the country with nearly every state except California affected. As of August 20, 2003 it reached California. The spread is rapid. In the last week of July it was being seen in North Dakota and Minnesota. In the first week of August a dramatic outbreak occurred in Colorado and it was being seen in New Mexico. By the second week of August it was being found in horses in Utah. Now it is in California I urge all my clients who have not vaccinated their horses to immediately vaccinate their horses. Potomac Horse Fever: This is a disease caused by a special type of organism called and Ehrilichia. Although other diseases caused by similar organisms, Lyme Disease, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever etc. are proven to be transmitted by ticks, that has not yet been proven in the case of Potomac Horses Fever. The disease presents with a variety of clinical signs. The classic cases have acute diarrhea that can be life threatening along with fever. Many of the cases will founder during the course of the disease. Although named for the Potomac River Valley back in Maryland where it was first described, the disease is present throughout the United States and in California. Because of the suspected mode of transmission, it does not caused widespread disease on affected farms. Instead, a small number of horses are usually affected. The incidence in varies from state to state. Outbreaks occur each year. All horses in areas where outbreaks have occurred should be vaccinated. This is especially true for horses at boarding stables. Horses going to frequent competitions should also be vaccinated. Thisparticularly true in Mid-Atlantic States and California. Strangles Strangles is a bacterial disease caused by Streptococcus Equi. As the name implies, the disease in its worst form can literally strangle a horse by compressing its trachea. Fortunately most cases never get that far. Strangles generally starts out looking like Influenza or Rhinopneumonitis with a snotty nose and fever. The lymph nodes either under the jaw or behind the larynx then enlarge, fill with pus and abscess. Although rarely fatal, it can lead to mortality. Strangles can also lead to pneumonia. It is highly contagious and can be picked up from contact, aerosol or even from bacteria in

the ground. Outbreaks will affect the majority of horses on affected farms. Horses that are stabled at a barn where Strangles has occurred in the previous three years should be vaccinated. A horse going to frequent horse shows or to breeding farms should also be vaccinated. The reason more horses are not vaccinated for Strangles is that of all the vaccines, this one gives the most reactions. More so than other vaccines you will see sore necks, a couple days of fever or poor appetite following vaccinations for Strangles. There is also controversy about the effectiveness of the vaccines commercially available. My own experience is that no vaccinated animal in my practice has contracted Strangles in the face of an outbreak. The vaccine is should be administered once yearly. Rabies Rabies is a deadly viral infection of neurologic tissue. It is contracted from the bite of an infected animal and the virus then travels up the nervous system into the brain. It is virtually 100% fatal and can be transmitted to humans from affected horses. The most prominent sign in the affected horses is an inability to swallow called dysphasia. Fortunately, it is extremely rare in horses. On the East Coast rabies has been gradually moving up from the MidAtlantic area to New England in wild animals. In California, the incidence of disease in wild animals is small but real. In domestic animals, the cases occur only very rarely. Owners whose horses are exposed to wildlife should consider vaccinating against Rabies. The vaccine is given once a year. Botulism Botulism is a disease cause by toxin release from the bacteria Clostridium botulinum. The toxin blocks signal transmission in nerves and quickly causes paralysis. It is a significant problem for foals in the Mid-Atlantic states and Kentucky by causing Shaker Foal Syndrome. In those areas horses should be vaccinated annually for botulism and pregnant mares should receive a booster 2 to 4 weeks prior to foaling. Equine Viral Arteritis (EVA) EVA is a disease causing massive inflammation of the arteries throughout the horse. Clinical signs vary but can include fever, poor appetite along with depression, swelling of the limbs, head, genitalia, and trunk. It can also present like other respiratory viruses and cause abortion in pregnant mares. Vaccinations are strictly regulated because vaccinations will cause your horse to be positive for an antibody test for the disease. Any horse that is positive to an antibody test for EVA will find it difficult if not impossible to be moved to another country. Outbreaks have occurred in Kentucky as well as other Midwestern states. Vaccination is done once a year. It is only given in areas where an outbreak has occurred and is controlled by the US department of Agriculture. Dr. Douglas Novick is an equine veterinarian practicing in the San Francisco Bay Area. His practice is limited to the treatment of horses with special interests in equine lameness, equine dentistry and reproduction. He is also the first veterinarian in Northern California to implant horses with ID Microchips with optional freeze brands as a method of preventing horse theft. See more at www.novickdvm.com (C) 2004 Douglas Novick, DVM- This article is copyrighted. It is licensed for personal use only. Any re-use, duplication, re-transmission via electronic or other means without the expressed written permission of the author, Douglas Novick, is strictly forbidden.

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EL CHALAN PERUVIAN PASO HORSE Criadero de Caballos Peruanos de Paso en el norte del estado de Virginia, de propietarios peruanos, dedicados a mantener y difundir el Arte de cabalgar y preservar la originalidad del Apero Nacional. el North East Peruvian Horse Show en Lexington, Virginia. Nos acompaño el Cónsul General del Perú Sr. Cesar Jordán y demás autoridades del área Metropolitana de Washington DC. llevamos nuestra música, y el show del baile de la marinera a caballo. También trabajamos la parte social, a la vez que difundimos nuestra cultura también enseñamos a Dar. Cada presentación anual tiene una meta de ayuda para alguna organización. Se ha podido ayudar a construir una casita de Madera en el asentamiento Humano Villa Los Ángeles en Trujillo y entrega de útiles escolares. Somos miembros de NAPHA (North American Peruvian Horse Association) y de NEPHC (North East Peruvian Horse Club).

Eric Moran, natural de Chiquian, Ancash, desde muy niño aprendió por su abuelo el Sr. Fermín Alva, y su padre Sr. Matías Moran, el amor al caballo y las técnicas para amansar. Desde el 2005, Eric Moran decide traer desde Paijan- La Libertad, hacia los Estados Unidos 2 ejemplares hembras para comenzar a formar un pequeño criadero de Caballos de paso de la línea del Sr. Aníbal Vásquez. En la actualidad tenemos 7 hermosos ejemplares entre yeguas, potros y capones. En el 2006 participamos en el concurso del North East de los Estados Unidos, logrando 2 Primeros lugares con nuestra yegua peruana Titita en Conformación y Piso.

Esta tradición se ve reflejada también en mis hijos Eric Jr. Ericka y Anthony, quienes han aprendido a montar y llevar con orgullo a este noble animal que es considerado el Embajador Silencioso y símbolo Nacional del PERU.

Como no sentirnos orgullosos de representar a nuestro Perú y por ello cada año abrimos las puertas de nuestro Rancho para celebrar con nuestros compatriotas las Fiestas Patrias. Trabajamos en la difusión del Caballo Peruano de Paso llevando a las escuelas nuestra cultura, participando en desfiles y exhibiciones para el deleite de las personas.

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exacta de cada ejemplar. - Para presentarlos en eventos donde se clasifiquen según la edad. Los equinos presentan una serie de signos físicos por los cuales se puede determinar la edad, pero sin lugar a dudas, son las piezas dentarias los órganos que por sus cambios, permiten obtener mayor cantidad de datos para precisar el tiempo transcurrido desde el nacimiento, hasta el momento en que se hace la revisión. Según la disposición, los incisivos tienen diferentes nombres; Los incisivos colocados adelante de cada mandíbula los llamaremos pinzas o Cronometría equina mamones, los que siguen los llamaremos segundos o medios y los de los extremos los llamaremos Como su nombre lo dice, es el método de medición últimos. de la edad en los equinos a través de los signos físicos del ejemplar. Cronos = Tiempo Metro = Medida. Para poder definir la edad de un equino, debemos estudiar la anatomía del diente, los diferentes La identificación de la edad exacta de cada ejemplar cambios que suceden en cada órgano dental y el es necesaria para poder darle la atención a cada tiempo que transcurre en cada cambio observado. necesidad en el momento apropiado, como por ejemplo: Para lo que definiremos algunos conceptos referentes a dichos cambios; - Para observar el desarrollo del potrillo, el cual deberá ser cónsono con su edad. Mudada: Al cambio de la pieza dentaria de leche por - Para destetar al potrillo (Separar de la madre) el definitivo o permanente lo llamaremos MUDADA. en el momento apropiado. - Para determinar el momento de separar a los Superficie plana: Es la superficie masticadora que se potros machos de las hembras, en el caso de pone en contacto con uno o más dientes del maxilar que estén sueltos a potrero. opuesto. - Para precisar el momento en que debe comenzar la doma y adiestramiento del potro. Rasamiento: La corona del diente en la superficie - Para establecer el tiempo de iniciar la vida plana tiene una cavidad cónica llamada tintero, la cual reproductiva en cada ejemplar, bien sea está limitada por un borde anterior y otro posterior, el hembra o macho. desgaste de estos bordes producto de la fricción al - Para administrar medicamentos que sean comer, es lo que se llama RASAMIENTO. contraindicados a cierta edad. - Para asegurar a un ejemplar, la empresa aseguradora debe cerciorarse de la edad

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Emparejamiento: Una vez mudado el diente de leche, el nuevo o permanente crecerá hasta hacer contacto con el mismo diente del maxilar opuesto, a ese contacto lo llamaremos EMPAREJAMIENTO.

Nota 1: El tiempo que transcurre desde que asoma el diente permanente (Muda), hasta que obtiene el suficiente crecimiento para tocar con el del maxilar opuesto (Emparejar), es de seis (6) meses exactos.

Descarne: Llamaremos descarne al abultamiento que se produce en la encía debajo de cada diente de leche en el momento en que el diente permanente, que lo reemplazará, comienza a ejercer presión para desplazarlo, durante esta acción, como dije antes, surge el abultamiento y enrojecimiento del área señalada, al cual llamamos DESCARNE.

- A los 72 meses (6 años) rasan las pinzas inferiores. - A los 84 meses (7 años) rasan los segundos inferiores y aparece en los últimos superiores una punta llamada Cola de Alondra. - A los 96 meses (8 años) rasan los últimos inferiores. - A los 9 años rasan las pinzas superiores. - A los 10 años rasan los medios superiores - A los 11 años rasan los últimos superiores.

A continuación daremos a conocer las fórmulas para determinar la edad de un equino, en las diferentes etapas de vida: - Cuando el potrillo nace no muestra diente alguno, las cuatro pinzas o mamones salen normalmente entre los 6 y 15 días. - Entre los 30 y 40 días salen los segundos o medios. - Entre el tercer y décimo mes aparecen los últimos, los que deben emparejar en el doceavo mes. - También en el décimo mes rasan las pinzas. - A los doce meses rasan los segundos o medios. - A los 18 meses rasan los últimos y aparecen las primeras muelas permanentes. - A los 24 meses aparecen las segundas muelas permanentes. - A los 27 meses se presenta el descarne de las pinzas. - A los 30 meses se mudan las pinzas. - A los 36 meses emparejan las pinzas y debería comenzar el descarne de los medios, entre los 37 y los 40 meses. - A los 42 meses se mudan los segundos o medios. - A los 48 meses emparejan los medios y debería comenzar el descarne de los últimos a los 52 meses, además apuntan en los machos los caninos. - A los 54 meses mudan los últimos. - A los 60 meses emparejan los últimos.

Nota 2: Como dato adicional es importante mencionar que hasta los 4 años la forma de la superficie plana del diente es elíptica, hasta los 9 años es redonda, hasta los 13 años es triangular y de los 18 años en adelante es biangular. Nota 3: Otro dato adicional que contribuirá en buena forma con la exactitud de la apreciación de la edad, está relacionado con la inclinación de las arcadas, en ejemplares hasta los 3 años presentan una forma circular, en la medida que avanza la edad se van inclinando y a los 7 años presenta una forma angular leve y muy pronunciada después de los 13 años. Otros signos físicos que denotan el avance de la edad en los equinos son; Los tejidos van perdiendo su elasticidad, aparecen las canas, los huesos salientes se pronuncian, las cuencas encima de los ojos se hacen más profundas, la columna dorsal va cediendo y toma un aspecto arqueado, los labios se hacen rugosos y hasta cambia el color de la piel, observando áreas de despigmentación, en los ejemplares de color moro se hacen presentes unos nódulos duros en la cola llamados melanomas. Artículo extraído del taller de jueces Venezuela 2.002, escrito para Paso Fino Journal Magazine. Por Carlos Lemoine. CONF0021

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Trainer’s Month

Benjamín Rivera (Mincho)

DEL MES, Mincho, viene de una familia altamente caballista, motivo este que nos enorgullece a todos los miembros del Paso Fino Colombiano, estos son productos de exportación. Cabe mencionar que los primeros pasos dentro del mundo del Paso Fino los dio en el CRIADERO BRASILIA, cuyo dueño es el Sr. Tair Martínez, si de tradición se trata, el que quiera mas que le piquen cana,…………. Actualmente trabaja en la Ciudad de Fort Lauderdale (área agrícola) en los Criaderos “Alambique Ranch” y “El Porvenir” y bajo su conducción se encuentran los siguientes ejemplares:

Nuestro CHALAN de esta edición es nuestro apreciado amigo MINCHO, Benjamín Rivera, en lo personal lo conozco hace muchos años, en los cuales hemos tenido aciertos y desaciertos en lo que amistad se refiere, pero cuando se trata de profesionalismo hay que apartar esas diferencias y darle los meritos a quien los tenga, y a eso vamos…… Nieto del Dr. Benjamín Rivera, Senador del Congreso Colombiano por largos años y Gran Criador de Caballos de paso Fino, también es sobrino de Don Jesús Rivera dueño del Criadero Santillana de donde salieron importantes • 01) Pistolero (Hijo se Sucesor) ejemplares para la Raza a nivel Mundial entre los • 02) Cañaveral de YaYa (Renault 4) un hijo de Profeta de Besilu que destacan: • 03) La Pilarica , una fenomenal potranca hija de Maraquero en la mejor hija de Dulce Sueno, La • 01) La Madre de la Carmina Dulce Venganza (Campeona Nacional) • 02) La Shakira del 8 • 03) La Madre de AMBAR del 8 (La Mágica) • 04) La Capuchina III, quien es la abuela de Anteriormente trabajo en el conocido Criadero Los Girasoles, donde mejoro muchísimo a la yegua LA BRIBON DE SAN ISIDRO • 05) Florencia de Castellano, Fuera de Concurso EXOTICA, que llego a ser dos veces yegua del ano, pero su mayor tesoro es OLGA ISABEL RIVERA en Colombia • 06) Cerezo de Santillana, Campeón Nacional su hija, que es su primera admiradora, desde aquí, le deseamos el mejor de los éxitos en su pujante en Colombia carrera y sabemos que en el 2012 los sorprenderá Podemos ver claramente que nuestro CHALAN a muy alto nivel con La Pilarica, allí les dejo el dato.

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Rita M. G贸mez-Evans

I take great pleasure in introducing myself as the my attention to my models and designers to Fashion Stylist for this exciting new magazine, The create an Impeccable and Timeless style for all of Paso Fino Journal. It is an honor to be involved you equestrian lovers. I find myself truly blessed with this entire Paso Fino 0rganization. As part of and fortunate as well as challenged to insure my ongoing responsibilities in sales and fashion, that I will present to you all with an extraordinary this has always been my dream and now has and miraculous opportunity within the Horse and become my reality. I am now able to combine Fashion Trade. I am very fortunate and touched both sales and my passion for style along with my that I will be working with these professionals in great love of horses. presenting to you these new trends during these I am a professional in the Fashion Industry and spectacular events and throughout the equestrian have worked in this field while living in Dallas, season and I believe I will be a great asset to Texas after graduating from Southern Methodist the Paso Fino Association here in Florida and University and later in Memphis, Tennessee while throughout the country. If you would like to set up raising my three beautiful children. I have worked a consultation with me to help you design or style with wholesalers, retailers, designers and the your next event please feel free to contact me. fabric mills developing textiles that have become I invite you to email me at: rita@ timeless, classic and trendy styles for all ages. I pasofinojournalmagazine.com so that we may share have developed fashion lines with the top designer our passion for the Equestrian life while including in Dallas and the surrounding states as well as your timeless fashion. I encourage you to visit our being involved in both Fashion and Home Styling website at: www.pasofinojournalmagazine.com. for Mid South Living Magazine and retail stores in I look forward to hearing from you all soon and Memphis. I have excellent memories of these thank you in advance from the bottom of my heart days and am very fortunate that I am able carry for all your support and attention. out these skills throughout my relationships in the Buenas Noches y Mucho Suerte, Vian con Dios. Florida Fashion and Home Design Industries. Best Regards, until the next edition. I hope you Now I have become involved with greater all had a Wonderful New Year and May More to opportunities which have focused my attention in come. evolving the Equestrian Design and Fashion world. Muchos Besitos, In summary I will be focusing myself with the Rita Marie Gomez-Evans equestrian style and will be completely dedicating 26


By: Rita M. Gómez-Evans (Rita@pasofinojournalmagazine.com) Para mi es un inmenso placer ser la encargada de la sección de FASHION STYLE de esta extraordinaria revista PASO FINO JOURNAL, además de compartir responsabilidades en la Gerencia de Ventas, digo placer, porque soy una entusiasta amante de los Caballos de Paso Fino, de manera que estoy en el área de mi mas complete agrado. Me considero una profesional de “diseños de modas”, en el pasado reciente trabaje en este sector en la ciudad de Memphis consiguiendo crear líneas de moda acorde con las temporadas anuales, tengo excelentes recuerdos de esa primera etapa. Ahora el reto es mayor, me enfocare en la creación 27

de DISENOS ECUESTRES EN GENERAL, sin tener preferencia en una modalidad en especial, tratare y lo lograre de crear diseños para todos los amantes de los EQUINOS, que gran reto, la intención es poder ser una ASESORA de modas para todas aquellas personas que deseen dar un toque de profesionalismo a cada una de sus presentaciones en espectáculos o eventos ecuestres que frecuenten. Cualquier necesidad que tengan por favor no duden en comunicarse conmigo al email: rita@ pasofinojournalmagazine.com, espero saber de todas ustedes pronto, y gracias por los comentarios, recuerden pueden entrar en la web: www.pasofinojournalmagazine.com , hasta la próxima edición.


Tempestuoso de Seis Emes

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Tormento de la Virginia

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Patrimonio del 8 Tormenta del Desierto

Gentil de la Vitrinia

La Mistica del Rey

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Amadeus del 8 Aristocracia Terremoto de Manizales Cortezana Promesero de la Vitrinia Gema de La Vitrina Patrullero del Juncal Royal Oak Nina

Stud Fee: $750.00

Owner Benjamin Rivera (Mincho) Davie Florida USA Phone: 954-479-4112

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Emperador del Rancho

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Geretsky de Santillana

x Rosalinda

* Madre Campeona nacional de Puerto Rico * Ganadora de multiples shows en USA For information call Benjamin Rivera (Mincho): 954-479-4112

This filly and colt are for sale $100,000.00 Each Welcome potential costumer

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They are future champion!!!

Tormento de la Virginia

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Ambrosia

Dulce Sue単o Gadafhi

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Rescate de la Sierra

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Marca Pasos

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For information Call: Palito 561-935-7880 Trainner: Daniel Chalela

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