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29 Sep

the chilean cowboy

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The bone is a typical Chilean charged renewed prominence in September. The word 'huaso' comes from the Quechua and mean "back" or "legs of the beasts". It is said that the indigenous people of Chile called Huasu men who were on horseback, and that word would later become known as those who carried out farm work on horseback.Already in the eighteenth century huasos first appear in the writings of some historians, they are described as people from the countryside, and laceadores excellent riders, who wore poncho. But it was not until the early twentieth century that huasos occupied a privileged place in Chilean society. Since then became practically conosidos or owners called September 18.


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