Cuban Paso Horses
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Cuban Paso (or Cubano de Paso) horses originated from Spanish horses brought to the new world by conquistadors. They are best known for their elegant and comfortable pace. They are a strong but elegant horse used for transportation in Cuba.  

Their head is proportional to their body with a straight profile which at times can be slightly convex or concave. Their forehead is wide, their ears are medium sized and mobile. They have a strong neck and high, oblique muscular croup and a straight and strong back. Their tendons and joints are well defined. Their legs are strong and structured. Their average height lies between 1.45 and 1.50 m. Their most frequent color is brown although every color is found.  

Their temperament is docile and active. They are mostly used for transportation since they can cover large distances in a short time with its really easygoing pace. Most are bred in the ranch La Loma in the Cuban province, Granma. They are in need of new blood and are therefore refined with Spanish horses or Continental Criollos and other Pasos, brought from the US, since they present similar characteristics. 

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