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Acoso y derribo

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Acoso y derribo

Acoso y derribo is a traditional sport in the Doma vaquera tradition of Spain, in which cattle are brought to the ground by two riders, the garrochista and the amparador, using the garrocha or lance.[1] The horses used are often of Hispano-Árabe stock. The corral for this competition is divided into four areas. In 2010 the Real Federación Hípica Española decided to eliminate this competition from the official list.

External links

  • Club Taurino of London: An Introduction to Acoso y Derribo (Feria de Caballo, Jerez, 2006), Diana Thurston
  • http://portaltaurino.net/especiales/otros_especiales/acoso_derribo.htm

References

  1. ^ "Acoso y derribo" (in Spanish). Asociación de Garrochistas Extremeños. Retrieved June 2011. 
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