It's a nasty, hazardous game.
Riders compete for glory and their lives.
The Palio began on July 27, 1524, when the city was ravaged by bubonic plague.
The locals felt the epidemic was because they had insulted God and swore to make amends by celebrating St. John's Day with three days of horse racing, giving rise to the Palio di Siena.
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