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Charros de Bejar
10-13-2012 10:52:12 AM CST
The National Charro Finales from Zacatecas, starts on October 16. It will be broadcast live on decharros(dot)com. If you have never seen Charreada, the precursor of the American rodeo, you should watch. If you are an animal rights activist, you should watch and you will see that if you use healthy animals and the contestants know what they are doing, the danger to the animals is minimal.

samantha   bbnfggf@yahoo.com
10-13-2012 1:15:16 AM CST
hey donde hay chareadas en asutin me podrias dar informasion gracias

Randy Janssen
10-11-2012 2:13:57 PM CST
Just got a nasty letter from that pathetic little creature Rodrigo Gaona. I guess he is like his father, no class. Of course you can see that, when you go onto the Association de Charros de San Antonio ranch, the place is a pig sty. Manure piled all over the place, horses dying. It is too bad, what could have been a beautiful place, the center of Traditional Mexican Culture in South Texas, is nothing more then basura.

Orgullo Mexicano   nenadiaze@hotmail.com
09-25-2012 5:59:42 PM CST
********** GRAN FERIA DE ESCARAMUZAS *********** ****FESTEJANDO EL ANIVERSARIO DE ESCARAMUZA ORGULLO MEXICANO Y LIENZO CHARRO EL BAJIO************** DOMINGO 07 DE OCTUBRE DEL 2012. COMPA?ERAS SI GUSTAN PARTICIPAR PONGANSE EN CONTACTO CON NOSOTROS GRACIAS... LOS ESPERAMOS....

Charros de Bajar
09-25-2012 6:50:54 AM CST
Dr. Miguel A. Pascual is the new president of the FMCH. We look forward to working with him for the preservation of the beautiful tradition that is Charreada.

Charros de Bejar
09-16-2012 6:11:02 PM CST
Diez y Sies Charreadas and a Jaripeo canciled because of rain. We need a covered arena in Bexar County. One that all Charros can use. A place where the tradition is more important then any one Charro or any one family. Charreria should be preserved and that will only happen if the Charros work together.

Randy Janssen
09-12-2012 6:54:24 PM CST
To Tom: The address is 801 Mars Rd. Wilmer, Texas or Call 469-569-6919

Tom
09-10-2012 10:57:55 PM CST
Where will theTournament Charros de Dallas on 9/15 be held? Thank you

Oscar Gonzalez
09-07-2012 12:05:30 PM CST
Felicidades a la familia Flores de charros 3 potrillos por tener al mejor charro de USA. "Francisco Flores" Campeon Nacional 2012 con 283 pts. Felicidades un orgullo para todo TX.

Randy Janssen
09-05-2012 5:54:10 AM CST
We had a great time at the National Finals USA, in El Paso. The lienzo was made of West Texas Rock and very attractive, with the Franklin Mountains as a back drop. Francisco “Pancho” Flores did a spectacular Mangana, standing on his horse doing Florero, while they passes the horse. He drops into the saddle to make the catch. We had lunch with Sr. Castillo, who was the announcer. He has been a Charro since 1950. He was given the golden spur, for his work with Charreria. He is a very Interesting man. He was born in Mexico City, but learned to be a Charro in Guadalajara. He now lives in Washington State, where he helped start 14 Charro teams. He is a wealth of information about the nuances of Charreada. Looking forward to the National Finals in Zacatecas.

Randy Janssen
09-01-2012 4:38:45 AM CST
There is a jarepio at Los Compadres.

Grace Avila
08-31-2012 9:27:12 AM CST
Ok great thanks:)..... By any chance would you happen to know if theres any coleadero, tournament, charreada or anything of that kind going on this weekend in San Antonio!? :)

Grace Avila
08-31-2012 9:27:12 AM CST
Ok great thanks:)..... By any chance would you happen to know if theres any coleadero, tournament, charreada or anything of that kind going on this weekend in San Antonio!? :)

Randy Janssen
08-31-2012 5:24:52 AM CST
The Espuelas de Plata are located at 3973 Flatwood Dr., Katy, Texas. Call them at 832-731-4564.

Liseth Benavides
08-30-2012 8:29:41 PM CST
Helloo there I would like to know Where the tournament espuelas de plata is going to take place!? if you could provide me with the address I would really appreciate it thanks!!

Liseth Benavides
08-30-2012 8:29:41 PM CST
Helloo there I would like to know Where the tournament espuelas de plata is going to take place!? if you could provide me with the address I would really appreciate it thanks!!

Randy Janssen
08-19-2012 2:49:16 PM CST
I went by El Bajio last night to watch the Coleadero. Couple of hundred people there with twenty or thirty doing colas. Kids running around having fun. It was great to see the Charro families working together. My hat is off to Arnulfo Duran and the Brothers Rodriguez. They are people who are generous with their time and talent for the betterment of Charreria.

Randy Janssen
08-01-2012 5:34:30 AM CST
There will be a live transmission of Charreada from Pachuca Mexico on DeCharros.com, beginning August 2 and continuing through August 5. You can see some of the best Charros of Mexico doing all the events of Charreria, including traditional mangana, or what the uninformed call horse tripping. Transmissions will be at 12, 4 and 8 on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. On Sunday there will be two Charreadas at 12 and 4. Watch at least one and you will see why we say Charreada is ” Rodeo with Style”.

Randy Janssen
07-30-2012 5:37:38 AM CST
Watched the 3:30 Charreada on DeCharros.com. 4 teams. Cala was excellent with two 40’s and one 39. 3 teams got one Pial and Juan Soltero got 2. 35 out of 36 colas caught. Bull Riding, Bronco Riding and Terna were excellent. In fact everything was excellent then it moved to fantastic when Juan River did his second mangana. He caught his first mangana, than in his second he did a move that I don’t know if I can describe. He had the rope at his ankles stepped into the loop, swung it around his leg, stepped out and stepped in with his other foot, to continue the rope moving in a circle. He stepped out and then he caught the mangana. The crowd erupted with applause. Even though he missed his third mangana, it took 10 min., to pick up all the hats and boots. More live Charreada on DeCharros.com. This time from Pachuca Mexico beginning Aug. 2 until the 5th. You just have to see it to believe it. By the way, no animals hurt, even though I saw 10 horses caught and taken down in mangana.

Randy Janssen
07-27-2012 7:57:26 AM CST
Another live transmission of Charreada from Mexico on decharros.com This time from the Villa Guadalupana. If you want to see traditional Charreada including mangana, watch on decharros.com.

Randy Janssen
07-21-2012 5:48:41 AM CST
The 4 o’clock Charreada on DeCharros.com, was fantastic. The stands were full and the Charros hot. 5 Piales caught and the Pialiador from 3 Potrillos made 3. A lot of points made in cola. No animals hurt. You always hear of tails being pulled off in cola, but I have never seen it happen. If you use healthy animals, you should not have a problem. The Escaramuza, Las Amazones, was fast. If you blinked when they broke out from the circle, you missed it. The fan flew around the arena. Just marvelous. The 1st Ternador from 3 Potrillos, would spin his horse almost as fast as a calador. The 1st ternador from San Bernaldo backed up his horse like in Cala while doing florero and then roped the bull. Very neat move, which I had never seen before. Since the tournament began, I have seen 29 captures in mangana. 3 were done by the manglador a caballo for the Charros Tracomsa and 1 by a 15 year old Charro , who may get into the Charro Completo competition. By the way, I have not seen any horses hurt in mangana. The semi finals are today, 12, 4 & 8. They should be great

Randy Janssen
07-20-2012 6:23:54 AM CST
Had too many clients to see much yesterday on DeCharros.com. Had to take my granddaughter to practice with her Escaramuza at night. Did see the last teams mangana, for 12 o’clock Charreada, but my secretary interrupted. The first two pasadors made the jump. Something interesting, the helpers backed off so the horse bucked out. I have seen this before in this Charreada, which makes me wonder if you get more points for ridding the horse while it bucks. I looked at the rules on mundocharro, and did not see anything. Let me know what you think. Don’t miss Charreada from Mexico at 12, 4 & 8 on DeCharros.com. The finals are this weekend. Should be some great Charreria.

Randy Janssen
07-19-2012 5:20:27 AM CST
Finally saw 2 piales caught yesterday, on DecHarros.com. Probably more caught, but I did not see them. Piales is catching the back legs of a running mare, and bring it to a stop. You have to let the rope pass around the horn. The smoke from the saddle horn is impressive. You have to let the rope pass through your hand slow enough to bring the horse to a stop, but not so slow as to make the horse fall. If you grab the rope too hard, you can have your hand pulled into the saddle horn. In that case you can lose a thumb or fingers. They say, you can tell a real pialeador, by shaking his right hand. The Escaramuzas at 12, put on great exhibitions. Both teams scored over 300. One of the bull riders bucked out backwards. One of the mangladors lost 3 points, because the horse left the wall when he dropped it. He made a good catch on his next try. Paso de Muerte, is when you jump from your galloping horse onto a bucking mare, which is just that, the horse with no means of control. The mare is being pushed by three helpers. You have to ride the mare until you can get off without falling. You can get extra points if you grab the ear or you swing your leg over the horse’s head. You also can get killed if you miss hit the wall and are trampled by the three horses pushing the mare. In the first paso, the rider jumped, but was a little too far from the mare. He tilted to the left, but somehow he got up and rode the horse until he got off. I was sure he would fall. Don’t miss more Charreada, on DeCharros.com at 12, 4 and 8.

Randy Janssen
07-18-2012 11:41:47 AM CST
Had my grandchildren with me yesterday. The two young ones had to swim and took the oldest to practice with her Escaramuza. Did not get to watch Charreada on DeCharros.com. Bringing lunch in, so I can watch it in my office, if my clients will leave me alone. Remember DeCharros.com has Charreadas at 12, 4 and 8. Don’t miss it. For the AR fanatics out there, watch it, so you can see that Charros and Charras are good people who would not intentionally hurt animals.

Randy Janssen
07-17-2012 6:23:46 AM CST
I have seen 18 horses roped during the Charreadas on DeCharros.com. I probably could have seen more, but last night my wife took over the TV to watch the Scarlet Pimpernel. (I have to admit Merle Oberon was beautiful) Getting back to Charreada, all of the roped horses got up and trotted away. This is contrary to the AR fanatics propaganda, that most of the horses used in mangana die. Of course, now it has been proven that the horses a not physically hurt, their complaint is that the horses suffer from some type of horsey PTSD. Yet if you think about it, being chased and knocked down is of what a horse expects from life. After they a knocked down and they get up, they look proud. All of them hold their heads up, some stick their tails out. They even prance. I am not into horse body language like some, but they don’t look depressed to me. If you want to see what I mean, watch DeCharros.com at 12, 4 and 8

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