Chucaro: Wild Pony of the Pampa Characters

Francis Kalnay
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Pedro

Pedro, or Pedrito, is perhaps the most important character in the book. In many ways, Pedro is the standard innocent young boy who develops a special bond with an animal. He is sweet but sometimes misbehaves; he is outdoorsy, like most young boys and sometimes takes unnecessary risks. He loves animals and has a special connection with one of them. Pedro is the one who finds Chúcaro and lassoes him successfully. He tries to ride Chúcaro too early on but luckily is not hurt. Pedro becomes so attached to Chúcaro that he refuses to sell him to anyone, no matter how much money they offer him.

Pedro is not very close to his father, the Vaquero, who seems to spend a lot of his time being the lovable town drunk. Instead, Juan is in charge of Pedro and they develop a close bond. Juan goes...

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