Once Longhorns Needed Green Cards, Too!
Some of the most famous Texas “immigrants” came from the Andalusian Mountains of Southwest Spain in 1540. What are we speaking of?
It’s your chance to “Win, Place and Go!”
Weekdays (Monday – Friday) at the top of the 4pm hour, join Scott Ronson, KLAQ, and Sunland Park Racetrack for a round of “Win, Place, and Go.”
I will ask a trivia question about El Paso or a landmark, the first caller with the correct answer (win) will win $25.00 in lucky bucks and two Ventannas Buffet Q-pons.
The caller who comes in just behind the winner (place) will win lunch for 2 @ Ventannas Buffet.
Today’s question and answer:
Q: Some of the most famous Texas “immigrants” came from the Andalusian Mountains of Southwest Spain in 1540. What are we speaking of?
A: Spanish explorers brought the first long-horned cattle from the Andalusian Mountains of Southwest Spain. In 1540 Coronado took 500 head of Spanish cattle on his expedition to find the Seven Cities of Cibola.
Congratulation to today’s Win: Peter Apadaca
Congratulations to today’s Place:George Avitia
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For your chance to play Sunland Park Racetrack & Casino’s “Win, Place, and Go,” listen weekdays @ 4pm with Scott Ronson, and KLAQ!