Our Paso Clan January 2008
Winnfarms Balboa (Peruvian x Standardbred), Winnfarms Chiricana (Paso Fino x Pure Spanish), Purebred Paso Fino Azafrán de Omega, and Purebred Paso Fino Winnfarms Campana Bella
Winnfarms Chiricana (partbred Paso Fino as a 2 year old) is displaying the Paso Fino tail set called the "bandera" (= "flag") usually seen when being ridden in gait but this time when being challenged by the cow!
Photo by Winfield S Ireland
Marti's Spanish Jennet Captain Kidd was beautifully gaited. Here he is being ridden by Conrad Ireland at Fort Kobbe Riding Club in Panamá in the 1960s. Captain's coat colour was strawberry roan tobiano pinto. This gelding was an absolute pleasure to ride!
Balboa and Marti
BB at 4 years of age (2009)
Photo courtesy of Joan Sartain Freesh
These are all varieties of gaited horses from Panamá and represents the Pacific Saddle Club's relay racing team. Two Peruvians with blazes, Paso Fino partbred 2nd from left and dark bay mare is a singlefooter. Team members are from left Joan Sartain Freesh, Sorrel Brown, Marti Ireland Winn and Twila Darden Wilson. We used to win too!