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2003 Hall of Fame Inductee
Jose 'Pepe' Diaz

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2003 Hall of Fame Inductee

Jose “Pepe” Diaz

Jose “Pepe” Diaz, known as the “father” of trick roping, turned his talent into a thriving business that he passed on to his son, professional rodeo trick roper, Jerry Diaz. “Pepe” wowed the crowds with his speed, concentration and agility. Diaz was a retired master charro – a Mexican horseman and trick roper – who founded the nation’s first Charro Association.

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