D3x Posted August 10, 2018 Share Posted August 10, 2018 Quote 1850s By the mid-1800s, charreada-style competition became popular in the Southwest, particularly in Texas and California where Mexican and Anglo ranch hands worked together. In 1852, the Lone Star Fair held in Corpus Christi, Texas, became the first-ever Anglo-American organized event to host a charreada-style bull fighting. Don Camarena, a matador from Mexico City, headlined the event. Jaripeo was featured as a secondary event, but was so popular that it made newspaper headlines as far away as New Orleans. During this time, Wild West shows also began adding steer riding to their acts, as steers were far easier to handle than bulls. source So knowing that it was a thing back then in the south, you think we will have an online mode to play this? Like legit rodeo, we can do against other players for in-game money? 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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