So we can conclude that the Chilean Corralero horse as many other American breeds has originated from the Spanish stock that were brought in the 16th century.The pure Chilean breed appeared by the beginning of the 19th century and the Chilean Corralero by the end of the same century. However they werent developed well until 1913 when breeders began with selective breeding. The difference between the Chilean Corralero and the Criollo horse of Argentina is that the Chilean is slightly heavier in confirmation.
The Chilean Corralero horse ranges height of 13.2 14.2 hands high and they can appear in almost every coat color. The overall appearance of the breed is very distinguished from other breeds. Their bodies are in great proportion for the works that are destined to do. But as all other Crillo horses they are known for their hardiness. The head of the Chilean Corralero horse is flat, medium in length and it has straight or slightly convex profile. The eyes are expressive and with the nasal aperture are going behind the facial profile the ears are small, mobile and separated and the muzzle is fine and small.
The neck is medium in length and wide at the base the chest is broad and deep and the ribs are arched. They have short and strong back rounded hindquarters lean, strong and well muscled legs, but short and mane and tail being abundant, wavy and thick.Initially the breed was used for agriculture purposes as a work horse.