Arena of 'Charrería' traditional Mexican Sport

Arena of 'Charrería' traditional Mexican Sport


Ciudad Juárez, Mexico (MX)
The charreada is a style of rodeo developed by people in Mexico interested in keeping the traditions of the charro (charrería) alive.

A charreada is held within a marked-off area of an arena consisting of a lane 12 meters (13 yards) wide by 60 meters (66 yards) long leading into a circle 40 meters (44 yards) in diameter. The participants must wear traditional charro clothing while performing.
The charreada is a style of rodeo developed by people in Mexico interested in keeping the traditions of the charro (charrería) alive.

A charreada is held within a marked-off area of an arena consisting of a lane 12 meters (13 yards) wide by 60 meters (66 yards) long leading into a circle 40 meters (44 yards) in diameter. The participants must wear traditional charro clothing while performing.
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@ 2010-02-24 06:07:01
muy grande cabayo

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