Contamos con 11 hectáreas completamente cerradas dentro del Ajusco, lo cual nos hace un club privilegiado por la naturaleza que nos rodea.


-2 pistas descubiertas y 1 techada

-120 caballerizas

-Silleros muy amplios



-Bodega de alimento

-Salon de usos múltiples


Nuestro equipo


There are several methods of horse identification, some natural, some manmade. Regardless of the methodology, each has its proper application.

Though some may be fallible in specific circumstances, the proper choice is the one that is most useful, convenient and easily recognizable not only for equestrian specialists but also for horse owners.


Long before there were any other methodologies for horse identification, there were the natural characteristics of signalment, the visual markings that distinguish one horse from another.

Though many of these features are not as distinctive as chestnuts or DNA-based information, they do represent genetic phenotypical characteristics of the inner face of the metatarsus.


More distinctive, as are human fingerprints, are the oval plates of horny epithelium called chestnuts.

These callosities growing like the hoof from enlarged papillae of the skin, are found on the inner face of the forearm, above the carpal joint in all species of Equidae, and in the horse, occur near the upper extremity.