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By Rusty Rae • Of the News-Register • 

La monte de toros

Those attending the Mexican Rodeo Sunday at the Yamhill County Fairgrounds took a trip across the border to enjoy an evening of food, music and competition.
A family-affair, which featured a pair of Mexican-styled musical groups, including a 13-piece Mariachi Band and several eateries serving authentic south-of-the-border cuisine.

Differing from American rodeos, this competition is all about which stable had the best bulls. Riders were paid $800-$1,200 for their evening’s work, depending on their reputation and skill.

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