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Kyrgyz Kok-Boru Poses Dangers To Man And Beast

Kyrgyz Kok-Boru Poses Dangers To Man And Beast

The traditional Kyrgyz sport of kok-boru, in which horsemen fight to grab a dead goat, is popular and prestigious, and can be lucrative for top riders. But the game can also bring devastating injuries to the players, and deadly ones to their horses- RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty

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