Long live Mexico and long live charrería! September 15, 2021 by Brendon Ryan A member of the Charros de Jalisco performs the roping flourish to later make his luck with a mangana on foot. Ulises Ruiz (AFP). A total of 42 women from girls, adolescents and young people make up the group of skirmishes “Margarita Monumental” of Guadalajara, Jalisco. Ulises Ruiz (AFP). The horse cove is one of the lots that charros carry out in this national sport, the others are: piales, coleadero, terna, mangana (on foot or on horseback), jineteo (bull or mare) and the famous death pass Ulises Ruiz (AFP). Group of riders herd a mare so that one of the members of Charros de Jalisco performs a mangana on horseback at the facilities of the Lienzo Charro Jalisco. Ulises Ruiz (AFP). A rider shows his ability and strength in his right arm and leg to perform the luck called coleadero, which consists of knocking down the bull preventing him from running. Ulises Ruiz (AFP). This 2021 the International Meeting of Mariachi and Charrería adds 28 years of history in Perla Tapatia, a city that welcomes Mariachis and Charros from Mexico, the United States, Spain, among other countries. Ulises Ruiz (AFP). Salvador Sánchez “El Vos”, one of the great riders that “Charros Jalisco” has, a group of charros that this 2021 celebrates 101 years of being formed and in its trajectory adds 12 national championships. Courtesy. Charro Day began on September 14 with a thanksgiving mass at the Guadalajara Cathedral, located in the Historic Center of the Pearl of Tapatia. Ulises Ruiz (AFP). Don’t miss the latest news Subscribe to notifications and find out everything .