WHAT IS THE FATE CHARRA ?
At the Mexican rodeo arena, the whole family is getting involved as jockeys, trainers, apparel manufacturing, musicians, dancers or audience. The elegance and discipline of the traditional Mexican rodeo know as “Charreria” provided the framework for family coexistence and to celebrate with honor their cultural heritage. The Charro, the distinctive charreria tournament takes place on the canvas charro, where they meet teams of charros. These teams demonstrated their expertise in the sport through nine fate Charras. These exhibits are riding both scored by the judges for its style as for its implementation. The horse rodeo show began with the parade participants. Hence the first way that is the creek running horse, in which the level of control that has the rider on the horse is evaluated. The fate that follows is called “Pial” on the canvas, in which three charros attempt Lazar hind legs of the horse. The third event is known as queues where the charro must take the bull's tail drawn from the tail around his leg to bring the bull to fall. The fourth stage is the jineteo bull, where the charro must ride the bull until it ceases to be repaired. Among the queues and jineteo skirmish takes place. This event is run by women in teams of eight. The intervention of the skirmish is a demonstration of precision drilled andalusia mounted saddle or "womanizing" and in sync with musical accompaniment. In the fate known as the terna, Lazar riders have a res around the neck and the other around the hind legs.
The sixth is the sort of mares jineteo where the charro rides a bronco.
The eighth event is the Pial and manganese which are that the charro must Lazar front and hind legs of a mare to make it fall, this is done both on horseback and on foot, the ninth and final fate of the event is the passage of death, considered one of the most difficult odds.
The Charro rides the horse saddle without trying to jump and ride a wild horse, in doing so, the charro has to keep the horse until it ceases to be repaired. In recent years is seen in many parts of Mexico embroidered items, especially very similar to the belts embroidered with pita, but are made with cotton thread or worse with synthetic nylon thread which is obvious to say that any charro , Ranger, Cattleman or a real cowboy with good taste and knowledge of what is pita would be unable to use, it is better to use a belt with a simple drawing of real embroidered cord pita legitimates than a thick belt with produced machine embroidered with cotton thread or worse, with the so-called synthetic nylon thread, which is obvious to say that any price charro, good mariachi or cowboy who would be unable to use.
If you are charro, ride horses people or enjoy the countryside, you already well know the difference between cotton yarn, nylon and whistles, but if not an you , has never seen an EMBROIDERY PRODUCT IN ORIGINAL CACTUS THREAD.
God they do not reach your hands to the ruin of us who love this art.
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