Cuba’s Horse Business

In this Feb. 4 , 2015 photo, a horse trots on the state-run Azucarero horse ranch in Artemisa, Cuba. Starting in 2005, Cuba began to import young Dutch Warmbloods then train them for competitive jumping before selling them at age 3. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)

In this Feb. 4 , 2015 photo, a horse trots on the state-run Azucarero horse ranch in Artemisa, Cuba. Starting in 2005, Cuba began to import young Dutch Warmbloods then train them for competitive jumping before selling them at age 3. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)

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  1. Are there still Cuban Walkers in Cuba? Very much like the Puerto Rico & Colombian Paso Finos, wonderful gaits & personalities. Just wondering. Thanks.

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