Paso Finos are bred to have good balance. Their legs aren't too long, nor is their body too heavy. Paso Fino horses are usually 13 to 15 hands tall and always have a long, flowing mane and tail, kept in perfect condition.
Ash Winder, a stallion who loves to barrel race! He knows his way around so every Saturday he goes to find the abandoned riding ring with the cloverleaf barrel pattern and runs it! When Abaccus found out he always ran off like this and saw why. He and Ash
Paso Fino stallion El Caucus de Resplandor. Paso Fino comes from Puerto Rico but several Caribbean states has a Paso breed of its own and they resemble more or less the best-known Paso Fino. It originates from the gaited Spanish stock and Spanish heritage is still seen in its conformation. Paso Finos are elegant, noble and quite small riding horses with easy gait called paso.