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spotted marking, like on an animals skin or coat.
Dappled
Entertainment with displays of cowboy riding and roping skills.
Rodeo

(row-dee-oh)
Land used for grazing and raising horses, cattle, or sheep.
ranch
A Mexican cowboy
Charro
Carrying a developing baby within the body or being able to produce new life.
Pregnant
Pictures or symbols carved or drawn on rock, especially made by prehistoric people.
Petroglyphs

(pet-ro-glifs)
A picture created from a camera.
photographs

(foe-toe-grafs)
A brightly colored, paper container usually hung from a rope from a tree branch or ceiling that is filled with candy and toys. It is used in celebrations and blind-folded children try to break it open with a stick.
pinata

(pin-yot-uh)
A sport involving horses and riders. (It can also mean a display or show for the public - like art.)
exhibition

(ex-hib-i-shun)
An activity or interest for fun or enjoyment during one's free time.
hobby

(hob-bee)
Having or showing anxiety or fear; Excited in anticipation
nervous

(nerv-us)
A group of street musicians in Mexico.
mariachis

(mair-ee-och-ees)
Someone who travels for pleasure.
tourist
A widely known person or famous person.
celebrity

(suh-leb-ruh-tee)