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CABALGATA Do you think riding on a horse eight hours for three days is relaxing and exciting Poeple that enjoy horseback riding think so The Cabalgata in the Northern part of Mexico is a long exciting and relaxing horsetrail This horsetrail is relaxing for most people because they get off work for three days and drink with their friends This trail is made for men only but girls are allowed to join in with them the last day This event doesnt have an age requirement but most participants are between the ages of 16-60 Most of the time young children are accompanied by their father In this event every year the amount of people that participate changes from 120-500 riders on this event Hores riders are mainly from Acua and pretty much know each other Friends sign up and get together to interact amongst others In the Northern part of Mexico two Cabalgatas are held each year One is Acua and the other is Sabinas This event doesnt have a specific date however the Cabalgata in Sabinas is usually held on Labor Day weekend In Acua it is usually held on the first week of October The Cabalgata Im going to talk about is the one held in Acua that lasts for three days and three nights The year I went day one and two were about 50 kilometers long while day three was only 20 kilometers The last day is always shorter so that the girls can ride along with the guys The word Cabalgar in Spanish means horseback riding Thats the reason why this event is called Cabalgata This event is organized by an individual that lives in Acua The person that organizes this goes through a lot of hard work First he has to schedule a meeting to check how many people are willing to go If there is not enough people there is no point to continue on with
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