“According to legend, in the town of LAS PEDROÑERAS, situated in the heart of La Mancha, there was a ‘Venta’, a typical Spanish inn that offered rest for hungry and weary travellers; a place that could very well have inspired Cervantes when writing his immortal Don Quixote.  

They called it the Venta of PEDRO HERAS.

In the surrounding area of said venta, lived an emaciated yet noble greyhound. A shy yet sociable beast, it enjoyed lapping up the dregs of wine left behind by the guests, and would rest under the shade of a lush vine.”