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Western Civilization Cultural or Folk Costumes (1800 - Present A.D.)



Western Civilization Cultural or Folk Costumes (1800 - Present A.D.) :



The working riders of Australia, Spanish Southwestern U.S., Central and South American, and Europe - Gaucho, Hauso, Vaquero, Charro, Paso, Andalusian, Lipizzan, Camargue, Circuit Rider Preacher, etc.- all of which have a long history in the lands where they work various types of livestock or perform some other important service for their ranch, farm or community, and the contemporary members of the various riding schools that were established during the Renaissance. Horses, mules or donkeys are allowed.






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Photo Credit:

Gaucho From Argentina
Owned and shown by: Kimberley Jacobs
Comment: Props, tack, doll, photo by K. Jacobs.

Photo Credit:

Spanish American Vaquero
Owned and shown by: Kimberley Jacobs
Comment: Props, tack, doll, photo by K. Jacobs.


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