Tenemos que ver un caballo

Tenemos que ver un caballo - (Spanish)Wehavetoseeahorse...

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Tenemos que ver un caballo  (Spanish) We have to see a horse. Tenemos un preso  (Spanish) I have a prisoner. Teníamos compradrazgo con su familia.  (Spanish) We had a good empathy with their family. tienda  (Spanish) store. Tiene also que tomar?  (Spanish) Do you have anything to drink? Tiene razón  (Spanish) I have my reasons. Tienes tu caballo. Espérate un momento. Síentate.  (Spanish) You may have the horse. Wait a  moment. Sit. Todos son míos.  (Spanish) They are all mine. Traveler-Ronda line  Traveler-Ronda was a famous 19th-century Spanish stud, often referred to as a  Mexican sand pony; he came from the New Mexico/west Texas region and created one of the Texas 
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