Angel Garcia is a Cuban born third-generation horsemen, in transportation for 30 years. Horses have been in his family’s blood for nearly a century. The Garcia cattle ranch has bred some of the best cow horses in Cuba. These horses defined working horses. Hector Garcia, Angels dad and traveling partner grew up working cattle in mountains of Cuba. Horses and cattle are an ingrained passion for the Garcia family. However, trouble in the form of communism came to the island of Cuba. Castro’s men entered the Garcia ranch and took it all. Hector Garcia made the choice to save his family and prepared to leave Cuba for the safety of The United States. This came with the price, Hector was sent to a Concentration camp. For over a year Hector worked the toils of the sugar can fields, a punishment for any that wished to leave. On the eve of their departure to the US; Angel, only five years old, feared that he would never see horses again. He rode his father black mare, for one last time, for one day and all night, Angel would not dismount his beloved horse. Angel, his father,mother, and sister; made it safely to the US.