Here's a fun video we did of Xoca some time ago. This video is presented for your pleasure only. Xoca is not for sale; she has been sold.
Born June 1, 2001, Xoca is a fine Peruvian Paso mare, a dark bay, like rich chocolate.
Her name is an Aztec word meaning, "a chocolate drink."
That's Xoca: a tall drink of hot chocolate.

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