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Paso Fino Stallion at Stud in Tampa, FL
A fiery young grey stallion. Passed down to him by his sire, Prometido de Selecta, he received height, brio, natural gait, elegant presence and style. He is a beauty with his high neck set and cascading mane & forelock. Also in Conprometido's pedigree are several well recognized Champion Classic Fino Horses making him a very desirable breeding stallion. His pedigree includes: the Legendary Capuchino, Resorte Quarto, Resorte III, Bochica, Monarca de Besilu - (sire of Simbolo de Besilu) , Contrapunto, Promesa del Juncal, Manzanilla, Postin - (sire of Petrolero del Juncal) , Majestuoso, Criol que tal & MANY MORE! Along with all of these traits he possesses an affectionate personality. This versatile stallion can be trail ridden, ridden in parades and then turn around and win in Fino classes.
... more»Conprometido has several 1 st, 2 nds & Reserve Champion wins in the Classic Fino Division at large shows in his first year of showing!
About Tampa, FL
When the pioneer community living near the US Army outpost of Fort Brooke was incorporated in 1849, it was called "Tampa Town", and the name was shortened to simply "Tampa" in 1855. The earliest instance of the name "Tampa", in the form "Tanpa", appears in the memoirs of Hernando de Escalante Fontaneda, who spent 17 years as a captive of the Calusa and traveled through much of peninsular Florida. He described Tanpa as an important Calusa town to the north of the Calusa domain, possibly under another chief. Archaeologist Jerald Milanich places the town of Tanpa at the mouth of Charlotte Harbor. The entrances to Tampa Bay and Charlotte Harbor are obscured by barrier islands, and their locations, and the names applied to them, were a source of confusion to explorers, surveyors and map-makers from the 16th century though the 18th century.