T and C Peruvians - Focusing on Temperament, Gait, and Beauty
About the Breed
 
 The Peruvian horse that we know today descends from 450 years of selective breeding. The Conquistadors introduced the breed to Peru and the horse was carefully bred to gather the best traits from the Barb, Andalusian, and Spanish Jennet.  This combination of bloodlines created a smooth riding horse with a docile temperament.
 
The Peruvian horse is better known for the upward lifting of the front legs and the “termino”, which is the swimming motion created as it gaits. The animation demonstrated is completely natural and is not achieved by artificial means. Purebred foals exhibit these same traits within hours of birth.
 
The specific gait of the Peruvian Horse makes this breed the smoothest riding horse, and this breed can also continue on for miles without tiring. Peruvian horses also have “Brio” which means a willingness to perform for their rider. 
 
(Information sited from 2012 NAPHA US NATIONAL SHOW magazine phquarterly.com) 
 
 
Stallion
 
Cappucino was born April 15, 1998 and T and C Peruvians have owned him since he was 3 months old.  At an early age we recognized his potential!  Cappucino is a very gentle stallion with great genetics, and that is why we picked him to sire our Peruvians.  We even trailer him along with the mares for parades and trail rides!  Cappucino is a perfect gentlemen and he has definitely shown to pass his wonderful traits to his offspring.
Grooming Cappucino (Stallion)
Mares
Our mares are handpicked to compliment our stallion, as well as our customers!
 
Cappucino
Cappucino
Stallion's Certificate of Registration
Empresa (Deceased)
Empresa (Deceased)
Certificate of Registration
Perla (Deceased)
Perla (Deceased)
Certificate of Registration
Realce
Realce
Certificate of Registration
Please visit our “Peruvians for Sale” section for more information on mares, and colts, for sale.
 
 
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