The second imprisonment starring the Cebada Gago ends with a wounded by antler - La Provincia
The bulls of the Cádiz livestock Barley Gago have starred on Monday a fast closure in which there have been several falls, causing four transfers, one of them wounded by bull horn. The herd has marched for a large part of the route to the stretch of the Estafeta, which has begun to stretch and has been divided into several groups.
The second running of the festivities has begun on time 8:00 in a morningto that it has begun with floors partially wetted by the storms that have intensified in Pamplona throughout the early morning. Has been a fast race that has been resolved in 2 minutes and 23 seconds.
After the explosion of the rocket, the bulls took a few moments to leave the corrals but finally they have left the race very united. When they got to where the waiters were, the cattle have trampled and trampled one of the runners. In this section there have also been several falls of the waiters to the passage of the bulls.
The pack was still united and at full speed through the town hall. In the curve of Mercaderes a bull has hit a waiter who was placed to the right of the street. At the other end, on the curve, several runners have stumbled and fallen to the ground.
The cattle of Cebada Gago have entered the Estafeta straight and have remained united in the first section. However, a bull has slipped and has lagged the rest of the race. Also, as they climbed the street, the herd has been stretching and separating, giving the opportunity to the waiters to look for careers in front of the bulls.
The great presence of runners has caused that in this section there have been several pushes among the waiters to find a space that would give them the opportunity to star in a race with bulls.
Already divided, the bulls have reached the area of Telefónica and have entered through the alley to the bullrings, finishing the race without major difficulties.
The cattle will be grappled this afternoon, at 6.30 pm, at the Bull Fair, by the skilled Manuel Escribano, Rubén Pinar and Juan del Álamo.