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  • Horses Who Dance? Meet the Moran Family's Peruvian Pasos

    When Wilde Moran moved to the United States, he opened the Rancho San Miguel de Aquia in Gainesville, Virginia, to raise Peruvian Paso horses. During a Festival Community Day at the Perú: Pachamama program, his daughter, Valerie Moran, shared the story of the unique breed to prove that horses really can dance.

    Filmography: Pruitt Allen, David Barnes, Gabrielle Robinson, Claudia Romano
    Editing: Brian Hart


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