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Jaripeo is the specific event where the charro [Mexican horseman or cowboy] rides a bull and stays on for as long as he can. Charrería is the general term for all of the "Mexican rodeo" activities: roping steers, jumping from one horse to another in mid-gallop, spinning the lasso, and so on. By extension it can also be used to refer to all the accoutrements that go along with the events: the hats, the outfits, the saddles, etc. SPANISH Técnicas en la charreria y el jaripeo. - «CZ-MX»

Jaripeo is the specific event where the charro [Mexican horseman or cowboy] rides a bull and stays on for as long as he can. Charrería is the general term for all of the "Mexican rodeo" activities: roping steers, jumping from one horse to another in mid-gallop, spinning the lasso, and so on. By extension it can also be used to refer to all the accoutrements that go along with the events: the hats, the outfits, the saddles, etc. SPANISH Técnicas en la charreria y el jaripeo. - «CZ-MX»

The Bahr-El-Ghazal is a domestic variety of the Dongala breed from Chad in the area of Kreda & Ganaston. Slightly taller than the Dongala, the Bahr-El-Ghazal is a light horse with a reputation for poor quality. The poor local conditions have contributed to the lesser quality of the animals. There are estimated to be around 10,000 of this breed recorded today. Chad, Kanem, Bahr el Ghazal, Sahel. A Kanembu horseman gallops home.

The Bahr-El-Ghazal is a domestic variety of the Dongala breed from Chad in the area of Kreda & Ganaston. Slightly taller than the Dongala, the Bahr-El-Ghazal is a light horse with a reputation for poor quality. The poor local conditions have contributed to the lesser quality of the animals. There are estimated to be around 10,000 of this breed recorded today. Chad, Kanem, Bahr el Ghazal, Sahel. A Kanembu horseman gallops home.

Speaking of the Northeast - Two Breed Greats   Barbary+++ and Don DeLongpre'  (Bay El Bey x Balalinka by *Bask)  Bred by The Varian Arabians  Owned by The Barbary+++ Syndicate   Don and Barbary+++ out for a stroll at NDL in Bridgewater, CT. many years ago.   Thank you Aude Espourteille for this historic Sparagowski photo. Amazing horse and horseman alike.

Speaking of the Northeast - Two Breed Greats Barbary+++ and Don DeLongpre' (Bay El Bey x Balalinka by *Bask) Bred by The Varian Arabians Owned by The Barbary+++ Syndicate Don and Barbary+++ out for a stroll at NDL in Bridgewater, CT. many years ago. Thank you Aude Espourteille for this historic Sparagowski photo. Amazing horse and horseman alike.

Reining: The Guide for Training & Showing Winning Reining Horses (A Western Horseman Book):Amazon:Books

Reining: The Guide for Training & Showing Winning Reining Horses (A Western Horseman Book):Amazon:Books

Diego Velázquez.Estudios de alzar el caballo y el jinete. Dibujo a carboncillo sobre papel.Adición.

Diego Velázquez.Estudios de alzar el caballo y el jinete. Dibujo a carboncillo sobre papel.Adición.

El Muerto: the headless horseman of South Texas: In the summer of 1850, a Mexican bandito by the name of Vidal made an egregious error: He and several compadres rustled a sizable herd of horses from several ranches south of San Antonio. One of the ranches belonged to Texas Ranger Creed Taylor, a veteran of the Texas War for Independence and a man not inclined to forgive his enemies. What happened next became the stuff of legend.

El Muerto: the headless horseman of South Texas: In the summer of 1850, a Mexican bandito by the name of Vidal made an egregious error: He and several compadres rustled a sizable herd of horses from several ranches south of San Antonio. One of the ranches belonged to Texas Ranger Creed Taylor, a veteran of the Texas War for Independence and a man not inclined to forgive his enemies. What happened next became the stuff of legend.

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