Borrowdale dance

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The Borrowdale dance (also known as the dance of horses) is a Zimbabwean dance named after the horse-racing track situated in the Borrowdale suburb of Zimbabwe's capital city, Harare.[1] The dance is characterised by fancy footwork and galloping body movements in the style of racing horses; the dance was popularized by members of the Khiama Boyz, including Macheso, Madzibaba, and Tazvida.

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  1. ^ Falola, Toyin; Jean-Jacques, Daniel (2015-12-14). Africa: An Encyclopedia of Culture and Society [3 volumes]: An Encyclopedia of Culture and Society. ABC-Clio. ISBN 9781598846669.