Pueblos Unidos of the Family Reynaga | KCET
Pueblos Unidos of the Family Reynaga
The dancing horses are a part of Richland Farms. Horses in the area are not only used for riding or agricultural work, but often are used for dancing. Training the horses takes a long time and a resident of Richland Farms, Ramon Franco trains them. Ramon Franco has trained for horses to dance for 20 years. Ramon likes Richland Farms since it is a part of his culture, and he feels like he is in his ranch in Mexico.
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