las jineteadas con las tradicionales ruedas en basto oriental y en pelo

English translation: Jineteadas with traditional Gaucho rodeos in bareback and saddle bronc categories

15:56 Oct 17, 2018
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Folklore / Festivales y fiestas folklóricas de Uruguay, domas,
Spanish term or phrase: las jineteadas con las tradicionales ruedas en basto oriental y en pelo
Actividades que se realizan en las fiestas gauchescas.

Qué sería en basto oriental? En pelo podría ser bareback?
Suani Vera Camacho
Local time: 16:57
English translation:Jineteadas with traditional Gaucho rodeos in bareback and saddle bronc categories
Explanation:
This is a lot for one question but I will break it down.
Jineteadas, you could leave it as it is as it is obvious from the context that it is a kind of rodeo:
Jineteada gaucha or doma gaucha is a traditional sport in the gaucho culture of Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay, and southern parts of Brazil and Chile. The objective is for the rider to stay on an untamed horse for a specified time, 6 to 15 seconds, depending on the category.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jineteada_gaucha

As mentioned in discussion, "pelo" is bareback, and "basto oriental" refers to Argentina. "Basto"is riding with a basic Gaucho saddle with stirrups

"The horseback tournament is without a doubt the most significant attraction at the Semana Criolla. Riders contend in three different categories a pelo [bareback], a basto [saddle] and a basto argentino [a mimimalist saddle]."http://investliveuruguay.com/semana-criolla-in-uruguay-gauch...

It could get confusing if you are so specific, but most people would understand the usual categories of bareback and saddle bronc:


The Differences Between Bareback and Saddle Bronc Riding
https://www.silverspursrodeo.com/just-saddle-differences-bar...
Jan 19, 2016 - The differences between saddle and bareback bronc riding go beyond the saddle. Learn more about the history and how to score in both of ...




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Another article in English:
The horseback competition is the biggest attraction at the Semana Criolla. Riders compete in three categories a pelo [bareback], a basto [saddle] and a basto argentino [a mimimalist saddle]. The object is to stay on a wild horse for 12 seconds (or 10 seconds, if bareback) while the horse bucks and runs and tries to throw the rider.
Jineteada was declared Uruguay's national sport in 2006.

The "basto" does seem to be just a very basic rodeo saddle, so bronc saddle or saddle bronc category could work.

And sorry, I got oriental mixed up, Uruguay not Argentina.

Differences between oriental/argentino:
En el Basto Oriental, los estribos salen del mismo recado, tiene dos accioneras de donde salen las estriberas. En el Basto Argentino no lo tiene.
http://www.lr21.com.uy/comunidad/448629-sepa-cuales-son-las-...
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Jineteadas with traditional Gaucho rodeos in bareback and saddle bronc categories


Explanation:
This is a lot for one question but I will break it down.
Jineteadas, you could leave it as it is as it is obvious from the context that it is a kind of rodeo:
Jineteada gaucha or doma gaucha is a traditional sport in the gaucho culture of Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay, and southern parts of Brazil and Chile. The objective is for the rider to stay on an untamed horse for a specified time, 6 to 15 seconds, depending on the category.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jineteada_gaucha

As mentioned in discussion, "pelo" is bareback, and "basto oriental" refers to Argentina. "Basto"is riding with a basic Gaucho saddle with stirrups

"The horseback tournament is without a doubt the most significant attraction at the Semana Criolla. Riders contend in three different categories a pelo [bareback], a basto [saddle] and a basto argentino [a mimimalist saddle]."http://investliveuruguay.com/semana-criolla-in-uruguay-gauch...

It could get confusing if you are so specific, but most people would understand the usual categories of bareback and saddle bronc:


The Differences Between Bareback and Saddle Bronc Riding
https://www.silverspursrodeo.com/just-saddle-differences-bar...
Jan 19, 2016 - The differences between saddle and bareback bronc riding go beyond the saddle. Learn more about the history and how to score in both of ...




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Note added at 2 hrs (2018-10-17 17:56:45 GMT)
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Another article in English:
The horseback competition is the biggest attraction at the Semana Criolla. Riders compete in three categories a pelo [bareback], a basto [saddle] and a basto argentino [a mimimalist saddle]. The object is to stay on a wild horse for 12 seconds (or 10 seconds, if bareback) while the horse bucks and runs and tries to throw the rider.
Jineteada was declared Uruguay's national sport in 2006.

The "basto" does seem to be just a very basic rodeo saddle, so bronc saddle or saddle bronc category could work.

And sorry, I got oriental mixed up, Uruguay not Argentina.

Differences between oriental/argentino:
En el Basto Oriental, los estribos salen del mismo recado, tiene dos accioneras de donde salen las estriberas. En el Basto Argentino no lo tiene.
http://www.lr21.com.uy/comunidad/448629-sepa-cuales-son-las-...

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Reference information:
Fiesta criolla en la Sociedad Rural 19 de Abril de Rocha
turismorocha.gub.uy/atractivos/fiestas-tradicionales/fiesta-criolla
19 abr. 2016 - En la Fiesta criolla de 19 de abril, se destacan las jineteadas con las tradicionales ruedas en basto oriental y en pelo, típicas de Uruguay.

fiestas new - CARTO
https://rcamejo.carto.com/tables/fiestas_new
Es un festival de canto popular que se realiza todos los años en el escenario del ... Es una fiesta criolla donde se destacan las jineteadas con las tradicionales ruedas en basto oriental y en pelo. ... En Uruguay la celebración fue introdu*.

Spanish Herradura Blog: Septiembre / September 2017
www.spanish-herradura.com/blog/?page_id=8771
Festival criollas del sur; fiesta típica uruguaya con jineteadas de caballos con rueda en pelo, basto oriental y basto argentino. Estas tres pruebas son tres categorías diferentes para los jinetes. También habrá pruebas de riendas. Mucha comida y por supuesto disfrutar mucho de la fiesta.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jineteada_gaucha
Jineteada gaucha or doma gaucha is a traditional sport in the gaucho culture of Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay, and southern parts of Brazil and Chile. The objective is for the rider to stay on an untamed horse for a specified time, 6 to 15 seconds, depending on the category.
According to the competition, there are several categories. The most important are:
Crina Category or bareback: Rider is only allowed a leather strap, which is placed around the horse's neck. Spurs are used and the mounting time is 8 seconds.
Category surera: Rider must ride the animal with only a sheepskin as a pad. Reins are held in one hand, and in other is whip. The mounting time is 12 seconds.
Category Basto with counter: Rider uses stirrups and should not lose them at any time. The mounting time is 15 seconds.

https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jineteada_gaucha
Según la competencia, hay varias categorías. Las más importantes son las siguientes:
Categoría Crina limpia o potro pelado: el jinete debe montar al animal sin montura ni elemento de ningún tipo, con excepción de una lonja de cuero que se coloca rodeando el pescuezo, de donde debe sostenerse. Durante toda la prueba debe utilizar las espuelas. El tiempo de monta es de 8 segundos.
Categoría Gurupa surera: el jinete debe montar al animal con un cuero de oveja ajustado por un cinchón como montura y riendas, las que deben ser sostenidas por una mano, mientras que con la otra debe sujetar el rebenque. El tiempo de monta es de 12 segundos.
Categoría Basto con encimera: el jinete utiliza estribos y no deberá perderlos en ningún momento. El tiempo de monta es de 15 segundos.
Categoría Cuero Tendido: el jinete utiliza solamente un cuero de oveja (llamado pellon o cojinillo). El tiempo de monta es de 12 segundos.
Categoría Basto Oriental o Uruguayo: el jinete utiliza el recado con lomillo, utilizado para trabajar o pasear. En lugar de usarse rebenque se utiliza poncho para castigar. El tiempo de monta es de 12 segundos.
Categoría Encimera Pelada: el jinete utiliza únicamente la encimera con los estribos para estar sobre el potro. El tiempo de monta es de 8 segundos.
Categoría Recado Completo: el jinete utiliza el recado de trabajo con basto para jinetear. Es considerada la categoría más campera por llevarse a cabo cuando se amansa un yeguarizo en el campo. El tiempo de monta es de 12 segundos.

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