Because the horse is a protagonist of the history of Argentina

Argentina and the cavallos, a relationship of many historical students

This story is about millions of years ago when a very small animal, the tamaño no mayor, is a real, llamado Eohippus, run through the lunar certificates of giant monsters Correr era su defensa y la adaptacion a través del paso del tiempo no tardó en llegar.

Creció, perdió dedos que poco servían para la carrera de huida y formó los cascos.

With the millennia of the nation of the actual caballo, the ineffective part of the fucking peony.

When Pedro de Mendoza found Buenos Aires, in 1536, a tribe with el and his trip 100 caballos y algunas vacas.

Years ago, Juan de Garay found the second place in Buenos Aires, in 1580, and the cavallos and wolves that had a job in our territory reproduced in the courts.. Muchos de ellos fueron domesticados por los aborígenes y posteriormente fueron fieles compieros de los gauchos.

Aimé Félix Tschiffely, a lonely lover of Argentina, decided to go to New York, with Mancha y Gato
Aimé Félix Tschiffely, a lonely lover of Argentina, decided to go to New York, with Mancha y Gato

From this point of view, conquista loba caballos fueron protagonistas principales de la vida de nuestro país.

The men Pegasus discovered by the original habitats tomaban ventaja marcada hasta que fueron objeto de arrebato por parte de los aborígenes y se transformed into the defense of the rights of those who established the initiation.

Esos caballos se asilvestraron a veces y otras fueron parte de una cría dejada al azar de la naturaleza.

It is located in the history of Argentina don Emilio Solanet, who bought technical cables and cemented one of the long and galloping horses that made the country: the crimson horse.

The cavallos fueron the main protagonists of the life of our country
The cavallos fueron the main protagonists of the life of our country

It is through the audiences, very little time, that it is in history Aimé Félix Tschiffely, a lonely lover of Argentina who decided to go to New York, with Mancha and Gato, the crutches that Solanet had in the habit of a pathogenic cat. Dos caballos criollos de ley.

Salió de Buenos Aires a Nueva York a caballo, tramo que realizó en poco más de tres años.

Achieved and intensified the record that lasted from April 1925 to September 1928, demonstrating that this is the form of resistance of the cavallos criollos.

Actually, Mancha y Gato is located in the Taxidermis, on display at the Museum of Transport of the Provincial Museum of Enrique Udaondo de Luján.

Your rest is gone estancia El Cardal junto al andariego profesor extranjero que los llevó por horizontes lejanos a la Argentina. They are a symbol of la entrega y la fidelidad del caballo a las causas nobles que hicieron historia.

Years of culmination and recovery in Argentina, Aimé concurrió a la estancia El Cardal.

He visited his friends, who had a lot of friends, and with whom he compared so many friends and friends. It is located on the entrance of the station, it is open and at the moment you are looking at the Gato y Mancha trot.

Mancha y Gato is located in the Taxidermis, on display at the Museum of Transport of the Provincial Museum of Enrique Udaondo de Luján
Mancha y Gato is located in the Taxidermis, on display at the Museum of Transport of the Provincial Museum of Enrique Udaondo de Luján

Iban al encuentro de su prezado compañero. Aquellos caballazos criollos no lo habían olvidado.

The history of Caballo and Argentina seems to be the protagonist as the protagonist of what happened to Julio César Falabella is an empire in the creation of the new ages: the caballo is big and the little nice.

Lost in the night of the times the giant created in the llanuras argentinas desapareció, pero el diminuto Falabella, that asi se llamó la raza, surcó mares y cielos llegando como embajador argentino a todos los rincones del mundo.

A rustic and resilient horse and other tamaño of a feather for an asombro of the planet hablan del mismo animal that all of September 20 will be hosted en el Día Nacional del Caballo, protagonista indudable de nuestra historia.

* El Prof. Dr. Juan Enrique Romero @drromerook is a veterinary doctor. Specialist in University Education. Master in Psychoinmunoneuroendocrinology. Ex Director of the Hospital Escuela de Animales Pequeños (UNLPam). Docent University in different Argentine universities. International dissertation.

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