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These 6 Caballo Dorado Fails Will Make You Appreciate Your Skills


“Caballo Dorado” is the dance floor song that makes an appearance at quince parties, baptisms, weddings, school gyms. Some people call it, “Payaso del Rodeo,” because it’s the songs real name, or whatever. No matter what you call it, there are definitely some moments you did quite nail it. Guess what? These people are in the same boat, but their mistake is on the internet.

This whole group needs to come off the dance floor.

What. Is. Going. On. Here. *rubs temples* So first you have guy #1 in the beige jacket who is just totally off beat, then you have the whole group in the middle who are just doing their best to hop on two feet. Granted, the group at the front is pretty on point but the rest are just doing their own thing. At the 1:00 mark, craziness ensues when the music picks up the tempo. Dude in the black hat and black button down is doing the most to just keep up. Gotta give him a gold star for trying!

So much is happening in this video in so little time.

Tbh, even the quinceañera looks like she is lost before the dance starts. Someone falls down right at the beginning and there seems to be some confusion about the steps. It is one of the most chaotic dance scenes and it also looks like so much fun.

Sound off, trust us.

Some times you shouldn’t try changing things. Some times things are perfect the way they are. This version of “Payaso de Rodeo” gets really flashy really fast and before you know it people are falling down.

Heels can be your worst enemy on the dance floor.

Well, this looks like one festive party! Neon leis, masquerades and having such a good time that you topple over. It’s ok, it happens to the best of us when the music starts getting faster.

Pro tip: dance ‘Caballo Dorado’ next to your closest friends and family so you have someone to pick you up when you take a fall.

Act like nothing happened and everyone else will forget.

There’s nothing stronger than being able to pick yourself up and carry on with your dance. It is an impressive move if you make it really smooth and all one motion. Some of us have had to come up with moves just to cover up our falls and slips.

Make up your own dance and just own it.

If all else fails and you just really do not know when you are supposed to step, hop, slide, be like this girl and just sway like a tree. Once you notice her in the back while all the other girls are dancing around her, you come to realize this dance move might be the safest way to dance the song.

READ: Caballo Dorado And Billy Ray Cyrus Actually Teamed Up To Release A Spanglish Version Of ‘Achy Breaky Heart’

What’s your most embarrassing ‘Caballo Dorado’ moment? Tell us in the comments below!

Only In Disneyland California Would Mr. Incredible Know How To Dance ‘Payaso Del Rodeo’ Like A Pro


Only In Disneyland California Would Mr. Incredible Know How To Dance ‘Payaso Del Rodeo’ Like A Pro

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Apparently, every year there is an Incredibles Super Dance Party in Tomorrowland, where fans get the opportunity to dance with Mr. and Mrs. Incredible. This year, the DJ put on Caballo Dorado and Mr. Incredible was about it. At first glance, it seems like some kind of holograph or automation, but Disney truly just does an excellent job with the costume design and giving Latino talent a place to shine.

So, like, is Mr. Incredible supposed to be a Mexican o que?

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That is the question we all have right now. Clearly, the Latino kids dancing along are pretty stoked to see Mr. Incredible acting like everyone’s Mexican dad.

Mrs. Incredible was spotted dancing alongside the wall clapping to keep everyone excited about their dance.

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She didn’t know the steps, but she certainly was bobbing her head and clapping along. That’s what you call a supportive wife and mother.

The fans have spoken and they are thrilled to see this happening.

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Mr. Incredible is one of us. That carne asada invite is the equivalent of being dubbed either an honorary Latino or straight up Latino.

Here’s a closer daytime look at their costumes.

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Back in 2014, the dance party went viral after Mrs. Incredible took a fall and her face fell off. It was a stunning moment, for sure, but it also gave the dance party some much-needed attention.

The Caballo dance is trending towards viral as Mexicanos everywhere get a good laugh.

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Seeing the wife in the background clapping along is every tired abuela and white novia at the party. There’s always one.

We want to meet the Mexican under the mask.

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The video is irrefutable proof that Disney has undercover Latinos paid to be the life of the party. Hire me.

It is truly such a magical moment in such a magical part that people are not sure how to deal with the excitement.

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Who isn’t excited to see their culture represented at one of the greatest places in the world? It is like seeing your family perfectly and non-offensively represented in media. It is rare and so nice when you see it.

What do you think about this Mexican dance party?

Are you for it? Do you wish there was more going on? Let us know.

READ: These 6 Caballo Dorado Fails Will Make You Appreciate Your Skills

Caballo Dorado And Billy Ray Cyrus Actually Teamed Up To Release A Spanglish Version Of ‘Achy Breaky Heart’


Caballo Dorado And Billy Ray Cyrus Actually Teamed Up To Release A Spanglish Version Of ‘Achy Breaky Heart’

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It’s been 25 years since “Achy Breaky Heart” was released and people are still feeling it.

Billy Ray Cyrus’ hit song “Achy Breaky Heart” is arguably one of the most known and popular songs from the ’90s. You’ll be pretty hard pressed to find someone who hasn’t heard Cyrus’ biggest hit — and that includes Spanish speakers. That’s because in 1994, the Mexican group Caballo Dorado covered Cyrus’ song and made a Spanish-language version called “No Rompas Más Mi Pobre Corazón.” It quickly became a favorite at weddings, quinceañeras, bautizos and other parties.

It took 25 years but we finally have an “Achy Breaky Heart” Spanglish duet with Cyrus and Caballo Dorado. The song begins with Cyrus giving the listener the country twang they have come to expect. By the second verse, Caballo Dorado joins in and the song is instantly a hip-shaking remake. At one point, Cyrus himself starts singing in Spanish and it is everything. Seriously. Everything. This is just one of the many remakes being done to this classic song to honor its 25 years in the world.

Cyrus, who released a Muscle Shoals remake, told Rolling Stone we should expect an EDM remix soon. Let’s not forget that “Achy Breaky Heart” did get a fun remake back in 2014 with Buck 22 who turned the country song into a twerk-worthy rap/hip-hop hit. It currently has more than 9 million hits on YouTube.

READ: Fans Lost Their Minds When Justin Bieber Sang In Spanish Live With Luis Fonsi

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