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857-71730 - Amazonas at an Escaramuza competition in Mexico City, May 24, 2008. Escaramuzas are similar to US rodeos, where female competitors called "Amazonas" wear long skirts, and ride side saddle. Male rodeo competitors are "Charros," from which comes the word "Charreria." Charreria is Mexico's national sport.
857-71729 - An escaramuza from Anahuac of Tecamac team rides her horse in a rodeo competition in Mexico City, May 10, 2008. Escaramuzas are similar to US rodeos, where female competitors called "Amazonas" wear long skirts, and ride side saddle. Male rodeo competitors are "Charros," from which comes the word "Charreria." Charreria is Mexico's national sport.
857-71759 - Escaramuza from Anahuac of Tecamac team ride their horses in a rodeo competition in Chalco on the outskirts of Mexico City, May 10, 2008. Escaramuzas are similar to US rodeos, where female competitors called "Amazonas" wear long skirts, and ride side saddle. Male rodeo competitors are "Charros," from which comes the word "Charreria." Charreria is Mexico's national sport.
857-71733 - An Amazona rides her horse at an Escaramuza competition in Mexico City, May 24, 2008. Escaramuzas are similar to US rodeos, where female competitors called "Amazonas" wear long skirts, and ride side saddle. Male rodeo competitors are "Charros," from which comes the word "Charreria." Charreria is Mexico's national sport.
857-27175 - A cowboy outside of Tucson, Arizona practices calf roping at a ranch rodeo competion on March 6th, 1997. Arizona is a tourist destination popular for both it's warm climate, spectacular scenery and outdoor sports, including rodeos.
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