The insignia or coat of arms which will be used by the Real Maestranza de Caballería de Sevilla will be a youth galloping on horseback with laurel wreath on his head and dart in his hand, inside a silver shield with a royal crown, placed on an altar which is supported on one side by the Goddess of Peace and on the other by the Goddess of War. The latter will be characterized by the customary attributes: Pallas with lance and shield with Medusa’s head engraved on it; and Peace with horn of plenty, caduceus and olive branch. At their feet will be spread out Maestranza trophies appropriate to each, such as: next to Peace, alcancias, heads, etc.; next to War, drums, bugles, lances, darts, etc., and in the middle of the altar, this motto: UTRIUSQUE INTEREST.
The olive branch of Peace will be arranged opposite a palm branch so that it adorns the shield, which will rest on a plinth bearing this inscription: SOCIETAS EQUESTRIS HISPALENSIS (which can be replaced by the abbreviated form: SOCIET. EQUES. HISPAL.)
The thinking reveals the spirit and purposes of these Associations or Coprs. The allusions are very clear. The youth on horseback represents the genius of the Maestranza. He symbolizes the Institution’s functions and also alludes to the origin of these games or exercises.