Kyrgyz Boys Give Their All In Ancient Sport Of Kok-Boru

In the high horse country of Kyrgyzstan’s Jumgal region, boys compete fiercely every day after school at kok-boru. The traditional sport involves capturing a goat’s carcass, or «ulak,» and maneuvering it on horseback into the opposing team’s goal. Boys who dream of playing when they’re adults polish their skills on donkeys.

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In Kyrgyzstan’s Jumgal region, there is a traditional sport called kok-boru where boys compete on horseback to capture a goat’s carcass and score in the opposing team’s goal. Boys practice on donkeys in hopes of playing the sport as adults.

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