A Texas woman gave up beer for Lent and then she won the biggest temptation of her life

JERSEY CITY, NJ - JULY 04: The world famous Budweiser Clydesdales (celebrating their 81st anniversary with Anheuser-Busch) appear at the Freedom & Fireworks Festival in Liberty State Park on July 4, 2014, where Budweiser also presented a $3 million donation to the Folds of Honor Foundation to benefit families of military killed or disabled in action. (Photo by Noam Galai/Getty Images for Budweiser)

A South Texas woman who says she gave up beer for Lent won a case of Budweiser delivered to her home by a team of Clydesdales.

The Valley Morning Star (http://bit.ly/2m3R8df ) reports Leandra Ruiz received the beer Thursday in a special drop-off, via the huge horses, at her neighborhood in Harlingen.

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The 35-year-old Ruiz says that several weeks ago she entered an online contest for a chance at home delivery of some beer. Ruiz, who says she was surprised to learn she won, was on hand with family and friends to watch the Clydesdales pull up to her home.

The Budweiser carriage drivers also took Ruiz for a ride around the block.

The Clydesdales were in South Texas for this weekend’s BorderFest celebration in Hidalgo

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