The bulls of Los Maños surpassed those of Monteviejo and the Mexican Joselito Adame came out on the shoulders
An interesting challenge of herds heralded the fourth celebration of the Sanjuanes de Soria fair. The herd of Los Maños, from Santacoloma, won the game, against the ‘white legs’ of Monteviejo, iron acquired by Victorino Martín, with bulls of Barcial origin. For his fight, two seasoned bullfighters in a thousand battles were announced, such as the Murcian Rafaelillo and the Mexican Joselito Adame, completing the shortlist the local Rubén Sanz.
With an entry that exceeded half the capacity, Rafaelillo saw how his first, a bull from Monteviejo that took nobility in the first third, was returned to the corrals after a good cape receipt from the right-hander from the Carmen neighborhood. Instead, a hat from the same ranch jumped into the ring, with more Roman and worse intentions. Complicated bull to which Rafael responded with intelligence and mastery of the fight. He punctured him before the lunge and the recognition of his work was left with an ovation. Yes, he walked the trophy of the fourth in the afternoon, from Los Maños, which he dealt with solvency. With the capote he drew verónicas of good air and the task was an example of good technique, doing everything for the bull, something bland, from which he got all his background. This time the sword worked perfectly and he got the prize of the ear.
The best lot went to Joselito Adame. The one from him first from Monteviejo was a bull that charged clearly and which the Mexican curdled with the capote and also the natural one in the muleta task. He would have gotten a trophy if he didn’t puncture. He was applauded. The best of his performance would come before the fifth, a great bull from Los Maños whom Adame fought very well against the veronica and with whom he connected with the public in an intense crutch task, killing with a great lunge. He cut off two ears and was the only one in the afternoon to leave on his shoulders, because Rubén Sanz, despite having won that right, left the square at his feet. He cut off both ears of a good Los Maños bull fought in third place; However, he shortened it with the sixth, by Monteviejo, which caused complications, which provoked the public’s anger.
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