15 thoughts on “Mexican Rodeo is a Sport”

  1. Not only a sport; it is Mexican National Sport & Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO.

  2. I can relate to this so much my dad is from Zacatecas and instead of going out with friends I go to el rancho and ride my horses and I’m learning how to do coladora and what the news said that it was a bad thing it’s not it Mexican sports 🇲🇽 Mexican all the way 🌮🐴🇲🇽

  3. As an American cowboy, Mexicans make the best western wear and invented this beautiful culture. Thank you Mexico!

  4. I get it, I’m Mexican. It’s cruel to animals and not very keen on the eyes of animal rights activist. But to criticize it as if white rodeos weren’t equally as bad is to single out and ostracize and already marginalized community. I think charrerias are a beautiful part of the Mexican identity, especially if you’re from zacatecas like my family. As long as PBR is a thing I don’t see why this sport should be singled out…

  5. The culture of the cowboy, has its origin, in the north of the territory of Mexico, it is necessary to mention that the historical fund is in Chihuahua, Mexico, where the first cowboys emerged, as well as the first original cowboy hats.
    Cowboy acquired his lifestyle, clothing and work, from the Mexican cowboys who lived in the territory of Texas, in those days, Texas was part of Mexico, before the annexation of the territory to the United States, the American Cowboy was born of work of the Mexican cowboys of northern Mexico, who taught it to the Americans, the historic American cowboy of the late nineteenth century emerged from the cowboy traditions of northern Mexico and became a figure of special importance and legend of American Folklore becoming a cultural icon.

    Although the Americans do not admit it out of pride, the cowboy emerged with Mexican origins.

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