Brazil Horse Industry and Horse Property
 

 
Brazil Horse Industry


Dressage


Classic dressage is an Olympic sport. Its origins date back to ancient war practices and through remakes of those tests put into practice in 19th century's European armies. There is a certain number of movements that must be carried out in Dressage and they are called figures. The goal is to get the highest possible score. Read more

Dressage in Brazil

Classic dressage is practiced at competition standards by approximately 200 riders in Brazil. The national competitions are concentrated mainly in São Paulo but also in the states of Rio de Janeiro, Paraná and Rio Grande do Sul. Read more

History of one of the Supreme Dressage Horse's in Brazil, the Lusitano
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Horse back Riding in Brazil

There is a large variety of trails and rural roads on which to ride in Brazil. Many trails take you through Tropical Forests and Sugar and Coffee Plantations.

Enjoy tens of thousands of acres of Pastures, Hills and Valleys throughout the country.

Most of the trails will allow you to Enjoy the gracious lifestyle of Brazil's rural past.
All over Brazil you will find real working ranches and coffee farms that raise coffe, cattle, horses and sheep.

Enjoy scenic river riding on eautiful and unpolluted rivers like the Paranapanema River. This river, like many,
is crystal clear. Ride the dirt roads all over Brazil that connect one farm or ranch to another.

Spending time in Brazil is not your ordinary, run of the mill vacation. Everything is interesting, and different, from
scenery to language and food and culture. Many rides explore the woods looking for orchids, gromeliandsw, and other wildlife

Brazil has miles of forest full of rocks, streams, and waterfalls on which to marvel.
 

Horse Property for Sale in Brazil

 
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