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Doma vaquera

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Doma vaquera

Doma vaquera (Spanish pronunciation: ) is the traditional working riding discipline of Spain,[1] from which all the working riding styles of the Americas and many of those of Europe appear to derive. Along with rejoneo and acoso y derribo, it is distinct from classical Spanish haute école or doma clásica.[1]

See also

List of Equestrian Sports


  1. ^ a b Julia García Ráfols (2008). La doma vaquera. Del campo a la pista de concurso (in Spanish). L'Hospitalet, Barcelona: Hispano Europea. ISBN 9788425517754. p. 19.

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