Lawrence Goldfarb (Larry Goldfarb) Explains the Tennessee Walker horse. Tennessee Walker horse, also called Plantation Walking Horse, breed of horse that derives its name from the state of Tennessee and from its distinctive gait—the running walk. In a broad sense, it originated from all the ancestors that could do a running walk. Allan F-I (foaled […]
Larry Goldfarb (Lawrence Goldfarb) always had a passion for horses. 7 years ago, Larry Goldfarb married his now wife who is a professional equestrian. Larry’s wife started riding dressage, had no intention of giving up her passion and equestrian career for a suburban lifestyle, so Larry decided to start riding so he could enjoy quality time with his wife.
Both Larry Goldfarb and this wife ride Peruvian Pasos and Lusitanos. Larry is recently exploring the idea of breeding Peruvian Pasos, while his wife continues to compete and advance her riding career.
The Peruvian Paso horse is a smooth gaited horse breed with a kind disposition that many horse owners find perfect for trail riding or competitive trail riding. More and more trail enthusiasts are embracing the smooth-moving Peruvian Paso for its strength and stamina over distance, its willing attitude on challenging trails, and the gentle demeanor that makes them suitable for the entire family.
Larry Goldfarb is currently consulting with other Peruvian breeders and recently had his first colt. Lawrence Goldfarb enjoys sharing his new passion for horse breeding with other horse lovers. He just had his first foal
As its name indicates the Peruvian Paso horse is native to Peru. It is a direct descendent of the Spanish horse brought to America by Christopher Colombus and the Conquistadores.
The trademark of this breed is a special, inherited, and completely natural four beat lateral gait called Paso Llano (a contraction of Paso Castellano).
The two basic gaits find in horses are the trot and the amble. The trot entails a diagonal movement in which the front and back legs on opposites move together, in a two-beat gait. This is the type of gait used by the majority of the horses dedicated to sports, recreation and ranching.
Lawrence Goldfarb explains on the other hand the amble is a lateral movement, where the legs on the same side move together in a two-beat movement. The amble is the origin of the Paso Llano of Peruvian horses.
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