Chucaro: Wild Pony of the Pampa - Chapters 1-6, Lasso, Ombu, The Casita, Currycomb, Tears, Gitana the Gypsy Summary & Analysis

Francis Kalnay
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Chapters 1-6, Lasso, Ombu, The Casita, Currycomb, Tears, Gitana the Gypsy Summary

The story of Chúcaro is the story of a boy and his special horse out in the plains between the Andes and the Atlantic Ocean, an area called the Pampa by the Indians. The cowboys of this area are called the Pampa. The story of the boy, Pedro, and his horse, Chúcaro, occurs in the Argentine Pampa.

In chapter one, Pedro spies a beautiful pinking horse with snow-white spots from the brush. Pedro is twelve and the son of the Vaquero people. Pedro would like to lasso him and asks his aging father for help. Pedro's father was once a strong man, but when Pedro's mother died when Pedro was one, his father lost his strength and his pride. When Pedro...

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