More than 400 riders travel through southwest Kansas to celebrate the independence of their homeland.
They began the horse ride near Cimarron and ended in Dodge City over the weekend. It is a trip that took seven hours.
The Hispanic community in southwest Kansas has celebrated the Mexican independence for three years now. This year organizers teamed up with the City of Dodge City and were able to parade through downtown.
The celebration also included city and county officials. The event is called a "Cabalgata", which translates to "ride", and refers to a parade of horses.