Embassy of Peru
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Hoof Prints in the Sand.

The Peruvian Paso Horse.

Our horse first began in the times of the Celtiberian Hispalia
through Mudéjar Spain, and consolidated with the discovery of
America. Its origin brings back and forges the ways of the Peruvian
Horse, the national bridle, and handcrafts which adorn and dress the
Peruvian Horse.

A little  over 500 years ago, Peruvian received from Spain a common
horse and today we give the world a horse with unique features; a
piece of art made by Peruvian people into an equestrian jewel among
riding horses.

The Photographic Exhibit Hoof Prints in the Sand it is an homage to the Peruvian Paso horse. 




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Sandra Cannock Graña

Sandra Connock Graña, was born in Lima and has always had a great perception of her surroundings. She has participated in many photography courses and workshops. In 2013, Cannock Graña created the photography exhibit “Entre huellas y arenas” which garnered great success in the states where it was displayed, as well as in Peru where it was renamed “La Logica.” In 2014, she created the “El Detalle de la Mirada” exhibit. Today, she dedicates herself to photography and interior design.


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Alejandra Iturrizaga Andrich

Alejandra Iturrizaga Andrich was born in Lima and studied architecture and photography. Ever since she was a young girl she has had a great affinity with horses which she raised in Cieneguilla. Iturrizaga Andrich has been a part of the Young Amazons since 2005 and won first place in choreography. She has also represented Peru at “Fina Estampa” in Santiago de Chile. Her passion for photography and for horses is reflected in the different scenes and emotions of her work.



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