Nevada Bill Would Ban Horse Tripping

Nevada lawmakers are considering legislation that would ban horse tripping, a rodeo event in which a horse is released into an arena and pursued by a person on foot or on horseback who ropes the animal's front or back legs causing it to fall to the ground, in rodeos throughout the state. The event is typically associated with traditional Mexican-style rodeos or charreria events.

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