2017-07-12 / News

Raymondville Cowboy



TOVIO “TOBY” ESCOBAR and his horse were seen trotting west on Hwy. 186 early Monday morning. Escobar said that he lives five miles out-of-town near Chapa Homes and every eight days he likes to ride into town to shop for groceries. On this particular trip he bought a large stock pot and ingredients for caldo de pollo. He is a ranch hand and farm worker for a man that he names only as “El Rico”and said that he helps his boss care for the horse that he was riding on plus four others. He has lived in Willacy County for 30 years and was born in 1945 in San Luis Potosi, Mexico. 
(Photo by Erica Ysasi) TOVIO “TOBY” ESCOBAR and his horse were seen trotting west on Hwy. 186 early Monday morning. Escobar said that he lives five miles out-of-town near Chapa Homes and every eight days he likes to ride into town to shop for groceries. On this particular trip he bought a large stock pot and ingredients for caldo de pollo. He is a ranch hand and farm worker for a man that he names only as “El Rico”and said that he helps his boss care for the horse that he was riding on plus four others. He has lived in Willacy County for 30 years and was born in 1945 in San Luis Potosi, Mexico. (Photo by Erica Ysasi)

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