In this July 10, 2016 photo, charro or Mexican cowboy Salvador Espinoza mounts his horse, with the aid of rodeo hands, at the Mexican rodeo arena in Cuautitlán Izcalli, Mexico. In the traditional Mexican sport of charreria, this country’s version of rodeo, they say you have to be agile, tough and brave. For Espinoza and other members of the Mexican Association of Paracharreria and Equestrian Therapy, it also means competing with amputations, partial blindness, deafness or paralysis in the same daredevil events as their more able-bodied peers: lassoing, horse-reining, bull-riding and others. (AP Photo/Nick Wagner)

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