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Rough Events at Mexican Rodeos in U.S. Criticized

Date: June 12, 2008
Author: Patricia Leigh Brown
QUOTE: But now the charreada, which is strictly amateur, is facing its biggest challenge. After criticism from animal rights and anti-rodeo activists, eight states over the last decade have cracked down on several events, most notably horse tripping, a centuries-old tradition that involves roping and snaring the front legs of a running mare and that can cause serious injury. As a result, no charros in the federation practice horse tripping.

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