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    Escaramuzas de Mexico

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    All things Mexico. Escaramuza Riders Women with honor, courage, strength, tradition and family in one Mexican Sport. The conjunction of rider and horse as one unit combine to become a complete team.Beauty and color, fast movement, risk and spectacular emotion.

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All things Mexico.Escaramuza Riders Women with honor, courage, strength, tradition and family in one Mexican Sport. The conjunction of rider and horse as one unit combine to become a complete team.Beauty and color, fast movement, risk and spectacular emotion. These are some of the photos of these extraordinary Mexican women in action that impress me. I chose black and white to amplify the essence of their soul. (Escaramuza Riders by Emilio Garcia Salazar)

All things Mexico.Escaramuza Riders Women with honor, courage, strength, tradition and family in one Mexican Sport. The conjunction of rider and horse as one unit combine to become a complete team.Beauty and color, fast movement, risk and spectacular emotion. These are some of the photos of these extraordinary Mexican women in action that impress me. I chose black and white to amplify the essence of their soul. (Escaramuza Riders by Emilio Garcia Salazar)

Escaramuza Riders Women with honor, courage, strength, tradition and family in one Mexican Sport. The conjunction of rider and horse as one unit combine to become a complete team.Beauty and color, fast movement, risk and spectacular emotion. These are some of the photos of  these extraordinary Mexican women in action that impress me. I chose black and white to amplify the essence of their soul.    (Escaramuza Riders by Emilio Garcia Salazar)

Model: unknown (source appreciated); Editorial: American Beauties; Magazine: (US) Brides, February 2012; Photographer: Alvaro Goveia

I remember as a girl my horse steaming after barrels in the cold winter arena....

Escaramuza charra (made of girls and women only), Mexico.

Women horse riders at Lienzo Charro charreada show, Guadalajara, Mexico.

Mexican tradition by Emilio Garcia Salazar ~Isabel rides in the "Escaramuza"

huipiles. Pronounced "wee peel." My mom was in the Peace Corps in Guatemala in the 68 and worked with Indian women who wore these. They were facinated by her long blonde hair.

Mazahua women from Santa Ana Nichi in the state of Mexico attend a ceremony held at the Centro Cultural Mazahua