Criollo horse breeding is growing in Brazil; it is the breed that made the Americas possible

The increase in 2021 was 40%, reaching 460 thousand animals of the breed, according to data from the specialized association.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Have you heard about the Criollo Horse? The horse of the Argentinian, Brazilian, and Uruguayan cow-boy, called "Gaucho" or "Paisano"? This amazing horse is part of the culture of many countries in South America.

The Brazilian Association of Criollo Horse Breeders (ABCCC) points out an increase of almost 40% in definitive registrations of animals of the breed in the last 12 months. The result brings optimism to the group mainly in comparison with the year 2020, when the numbers dropped because of the Covid-19 pandemic.

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