A cowboy is very complete with a well-embroidered trousseau, all in leather harness that carries the rider and the beast with the same design and this includes the following: The frame and chest rigging, head of the horse leather ties of the spurs, the Swell, cantle, chaps, the headband and the border of the hat, belt and pistol holster, all matching each other, is also something beautiful that few can afford to therefore, have to say something that is economically significant, as well as to use a kind of dowry is necessary supremely riding a horse with a “Piteada” saddle. The complete trousseau as in good times proudly carries a belt and hat headband fully “piteada” do play each other and also chaps with sides and smooth stirrups, although this embroidered cowboy is commonly in Mexican rodeos tournament and accepted at the current regulation does not deal as a fault. “Charreria” is a traditional culture, sport and an art that is practiced in Mexico and some places in the United States. The rodeo arena is the central element of “charreria”. That rodeo arena is a festive event that incorporates equestrian competition and exhibition, a special dress, lots of horses, music and dishes. Complying with the regulations of the Mexican Federation of “charreria”, the male participants or “charros” compete in the flourishes and the reat riding in luck. Furthermore “Charras” skirmishes are exclusively women's teams, which carried dangerous riding exhibits "a womanizing" or saddle. The “charreria” finds its birthplace in the equestrian and livestock practices in Mexico in the sixteenth century as a result of the Spanish conquest.
Large farms were lots of scenarios where agriculture and livestock generated evolution, importance and growth of man emerges from the field: The Mexican “charro”.
In the early nineteenth century the people of the farms around the country organized event in which “charros” demonstrated their expertise and compete with other “charros”.
The “charreria” is not just a sport but also a culture, a legacy that has lasted for over five centuries through skills, sensibilities and traditions that proudly crosses boundaries and provide a lifestyle that provides a bond of friendship between countries . As a result of the Mexican Revolution, the vast estates were divided, forcing many to migrate to large cities. With the desire to perpetuate their traditions, “charros” met and formed partnerships to preserve and promote its activities. This was the beginning of the “charreria” sport. The Mexican Federation of “Charros” was founded in Mexico City in 1933 to govern the various associations that were emerging “Charras”. In the same year President Abelardo L. Rodriguez through “charreria” decree gave the title of the National Sport of Mexico.
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The “Charro”, or “charreria” sport, as currently exists, Began in the United States in the seventies when the Mexico - Americans looking for ways to express pride in their culture, they asked the Mexican Federation of “charreria” that support for overseas tournaments, set in an official capacity.
The Mexican rodeo arena in the United States follows the same guidelines and regulations of the “charreria” in Mexico. The atmosphere created on the canvas by “charro” costumes, music and dishes gives Mexicans living outside their country the opportunity to celebrate their identity at the same time allowing you to have a cultural connection with Mexico.
The women participating in skirmishes rodeo arenas and “charros”, either south or north of the border, the same passion and show the same delivery to present one of the most entrenched expressions of Mexican culture to the world and to preserve these customs for the following generations.