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RMR Heraldry
The founders intended these symbols to express the heroic design that was the cornerstone of the Maestranza

From the very outset, the Maestranza has used its own symbols, as evidenced in the stamps used by its secretary when issuing titles and letters, with the motto Regales. Equestris. Ordo. Civitas. Arundensis. Securitas. Baeticae as well as on the flags of its bugles, banners, and other related materials. Two Spanish horses are seen running together through a golden field in full regalia on its coat of arms, with the motto Pro Republica ets dum ludere videmur, while the shield lays on top of two crosswise lances, its border decorated with a range of related instruments..

By-laws

The founders intended these symbols to express the heroic design that was the cornerstone of the Maestranza. The two horses signify the united nobility that is neither indomitable nor free, as has been represented by certain republics, but rather obedient and smartly attired, as symbolised by the masterly and bridled horse. It also symbolises that this organisation is ready and willing to serve Sovereign and Country as represented by the horses in all their finery and which forms the chief theme of the motto.

From Article 8 of the Royal Maestranza of Cavalry of Ronda by-laws

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