HORSES? Anybody out there interested in horses? We have nine, in El Banco (about 40 minutes from Boquete), and would like to get a group of people interested in Paso Finos and in so called “Natural” horsemanship. Dan Miller

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Comment by James A on January 22, 2012 at 11:02am

Any recommendations of who to call to go on some nice trails around bouquet? There are 2 of us and we're looking for a guided ride close to town!

Comment by H.J. Macaulay ( on March 9, 2011 at 7:51am

Chiriqui Saddle Club has now been organized for trail rides.  If  you have a horse, or are thinking of getting a horse...join the club and enjoy the trails with someone else.  Rides are twice monthly somewhere in Chiriqui.  For more info...Contact Lynne or Ron at


Comment by Abigayle on November 9, 2010 at 12:02pm
Anyone know if there are good Paso Fino horses for sale in Panama? I mean good conformation, motion and level headed on trail???? Abby Peruvian would be the next choice.
Comment by KC on March 17, 2010 at 8:24pm
Carol thanks so much. I emailed the Schipper's just a little while ago to ask if they would share information. You were so sweet to tell me about them. Are you living full time in Boquete and where are your are originally from?
Comment by Carol on March 17, 2010 at 4:31pm
Boat or plane. You can contact the Schipper's and find out how they did it. . Henry and Martha
Comment by KC on March 17, 2010 at 4:02pm
I wonder how you ship a horse to Boquete? Would love to think we could bring ours rather than having to sell him. Our horse is not a Peruvian. He is a fine animal and we sure do love him!
Comment by Carol on March 17, 2010 at 3:45pm
A couple from Texas just moved near Boquete with their Peruvian Paso horses. One stallion, El Conquistador. Really nice people.
Comment by KC on March 17, 2010 at 3:26pm
We have had Paso Fino horses since 1995 in Georgia USA. We have a Reserve National Champion Fino Stallion at present. We are interested in moving to Boquete and are glad to know there is somebody nearby who owns these wonderful horses! We will definitely need somewhere to get our "horse smell" fix occasionally!
Comment by Carol on December 8, 2008 at 11:05am
I am looking for a couple of horses. They need to be trail ready and easy enough for beginners. They will be pastured in Caldera and used for Horseback riding trips for tourists. Mare or gelding--preferably 15+ hands. We can only afford $500 or less, per horse. We have found a few for sale locally--but they are usually short, and we get a lot of tall or large guys on tour.
Comment by carol filion on April 7, 2008 at 4:16pm
I just sold my horse in Costa Rica as we are on the road too much between Boquete and CR, but will be looking for another in the near future if anyone has a good connection where to look. I participated in calbagatta's and tope's often in small villages, wonderful experiences shared with Costarican horse lovers. I just attended the John Lyons symposium and a clinic in Costa Rica, fabulous! so much to learn about "natural" horsemanship.. I came back with a new non-agressive bit and a whole new outlook on training and riding. I would highly recommend looking at his site and there are several manuals and dvd's that are available for purchasing.

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