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Lusitano Horses Come to the Haras Cup

 Carmen Maria Montiel

Residing in Houston, TX, Carmen Maria Montiel is an experienced award-winning television journalist who is fully bilingual in Spanish and English. Reporting the news on the 5pm and 10pm broadcasts of Telemundo-Houston, Carmen Maria Montiel was responsible for delivering important and up-to-date information to viewers every hour on the hour. She also attended the Haras Cup Gala in the first year they introduced the competition of Lusitano horses.

Lusitano horses are a type of purebred that represent luxury, sport and entertainment. With their lineage dating back to the ancient Portuguese providence of Lusitania Zephyr, Lusitano horses mean “Sons of the Wind” to honor the Greek God of Zephyr. Lusitano horses are known to embody speed, strength and nobility.

The Haras Dos Cavaleiros estate in Magnolia, TX, works to preserve and protect the Lusitano ancestry while celebrating and sharing the love of this breed with others. Haras Dos Cavaleiros also has Lusitanos in Mexico and Portugal.
 

Residing in Houston, TX, Carmen Maria Montiel is an experienced award-winning television journalist who is fully bilingual in Spanish and English. Reporting the news on the 5pm and 10pm broadcasts of Telemundo-Houston, Carmen Maria Montiel was responsible for delivering important and up-to-date information to viewers every hour on the hour. She also attended the Haras Cup Gala in the first year they introduced the competition of Lusitano horses.

Lusitano horses are a type of purebred that represent luxury, sport and entertainment. With their lineage dating back to the ancient Portuguese providence of Lusitania Zephyr, Lusitano horses mean “Sons of the Wind” to honor the Greek God of Zephyr. Lusitano horses are known to embody speed, strength and nobility.
The Haras Dos Cavaleiros estate in Magnolia, TX, works to preserve and protect the Lusitano ancestry while celebrating and sharing the love of this breed with others. Haras Dos Cavaleiros also has Lusitanos in Mexico and Portugal.
 

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