Paso Fino Horse Association – The Paso Fino’s journey to the Americas began more than 500 years ago with the importation of Andalusians, Spanish Barbs from North Africa, and smooth-gaited Spanish Jennets (now extinct) to the “New World” by Spanish Conquistadors. Bred for their stamina, smooth gait, and beauty, “Los Caballos de Paso Fino” – the horses with the fine walk – served as the foundation stock for remount stations of the Conquistadors. Centuries of selective breeding by those who colonized the Caribbean and Latin America produced variations of the “Caballo de Criollo,” among them the Paso Fino that flourished initially in Puerto Rico and Colombia, and later, in many other Latin American countries (primarily Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Aruba, and Venezuela).

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Royal Early Childhood Center Students of the Month and N.E.A.T. winners

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By JocelOn Saturday, February


7, the Royal FFA Career Development Event (CDE) Teams competed  at the Manvel FFA Invitational Contest located atManvel High School. The teams that competed were the Floriculture and Vet Science Team. The Floriculture team placed 2nd as a team .The  team consisted of Emma Nelson who placed 4th as an individual, Arely Ibarraplacing 7th as an individual, Tracy Garcia placing 9th as an individual, Jocelyn Hernandez and Gisseln Hernandez