For the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic, Taos hosted the 53rd Annual Rodeo de Taos, reviving a centuries-old tradition that brings rodeo-lovers from Taos and beyond to the Taos County Sheriff's Posse stands. The beloved two-day event features bull riding, barrel racing, tie-down and breakaway roping, bareback riding and steer wrestling.

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