RESERVE THE DATE!
The NorthEast Peruvian Horse Club is proud to announce....
We have scheduled our show for
July 11 & 12, 2014
At the EASTERN STATES EXPOSITION
Home of The Big ER., W. Springfield, MA
This is a combined show with
The Northeast Paso Fino Horse Association and
NorthEast Peruvian Paso Horse Club and will be called:
"Fiesta of the Gaited Horse
Featuring the Paso Fino Horses
and The Peruvian Paso Horses"
More information will follow, as will future mailings.
Please consider joining us for this show
Gene Pepe, Gene@genepepe.com
Kathleen Morrison, firstname.lastname@example.org
Deb Clark, email@example.com
George Devine, firstname.lastname@example.org
A Little Club History...
Early in 1986, several members of the newly
formed Northeast Chapter of the Atlantic Peruvian Horse
Club held their first meeting in Church Hill, Maryland.
The purpose of this meeting was to organize interested
members in promoting the Peruvian Paso horse in the
northeast region of the United States. Among those in
attendance included the Gills, the Nobles and the Dauernheims,
along with Lyn Slocum and the late Bob Brody.
After several expanded meetings, the Northeast Peruvian
Horse Club, or NEPHC, was formed. Charter members of
the Club included Gene Pepe, Jean and Al Dauernheim,
Juan Carlos and Kathy Gill, Donald and Sonja Wirth,
the late Bob Glover, Linda Sigman, Rico and Ginny Genovese,
Joe and Pinky Nobles, Nancy and Joe Gabala, Bob Hooper,
Bunny Hooper, Bob and Joan Newton, Mel Oppenheimer,
Connie Hydel, Jeff and Pat Williams and Naomi Baker.
Some of these individuals have since become lifetime
members of the NEPHC.
The Northeast Peruvian Horse Club has organized and
participated in a yearly Regional Show beginning in
1988. In addition to the Regional Show, the Club has
planned demonstrations, exhibitions, trail rides, clinics,
and various social events. Our clinics have included
instruction from such knowledgeable experts as Javier
LaRosa, Raul Risso, German Baca, Auriello Gallegos,
Juan Gallegos, Marcos Parodi, Pepe Risso, Jr., Bruno
Pasini, Jeff Marcum, Ann Chess, Edie Gandy and Mimi
The Club is constantly looking for arenas in which
to promote the Peruvian Paso breed and have participated
in parades, local demonstrations, and in 1998, the Equine
Affaire held in Massachusetts. Each year brings new
possibilities. If you are interested in becoming a member
of the Northeast Peruvian Horse Club, please complete
the membership form on the next page and send it to
the address listed. If you have questions regarding
the breed, any member would be more than happy to talk
"Welcome to the World
of the Peruvian Paso Horse!"
A Little Peruvian Paso Horse History...click
Peruvian Paso Breed Standard...click