Venue Details

23 Star Starred
Action Sports Arena
100 Fair Drive Costa Mesa, CA 92626
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Goldstar Member
Deep fried oreos, deep fried pickles and the bacon wrapped portobello mushrooms were great!
Professional Bull Riding info Jul 21 2012 star this tip starred
Goldstar Member
Take some allergy medication, lots of dust moving around and animal hair.
Professional Bull Riding info Jul 21 2012 star this tip starred

Reviews & Ratings

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28 events
1 review
8 stars
attended Jul 21 2013

This is the first bad experience we have had with Goldstar, everything usually goes very smoothly. In the case, we never made it to the show. Never even got into the parking lot, we were redirected from one closed gate to the next, no...continued

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4 events
1 review
2 stars
attended Jul 21 2013

my family and I were amazed at the Front Row Seating we had! They were Amazing seats! and the SHOW was Expectacular... great performance and team work! everybody did Great!!!!!!!! Breathtaking.......

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6 events
1 review
6 stars
attended Jul 22 2012

We could not have picked better seats. We sat on the second row directly in front of where the riders came out of the shootes. We had a fabulous time. Thanks Goldstar.

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More Information

Website

http://ocfair.com/

Description

Charros are professional cowboys who take extreme pride in their riding and roping abilities. They create a whole culture around the equestrian lifestyles. Charreria is the most noble of the traditions evolved from over 500 years of Mexico’s equestrian heritage.

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Floreo de reata_ (trick roping), a beautiful art created in Mexico, is performed by a charro who possesses exquisite control of the lariat and needs almost no set-up time to move from one trick to another. A charro glides, spinning a dazzling array of classic butterflies, merry-go-round, wedding rings, sky high umbrellas, and many more tricks during his roping routine.