Next Saturday, July 31, at 4:00 p.m., in the bullring Rodolfo Rodríguez “El Pana” from Apizaco, Tlaxcala, a Great Bullfighting Festival will be held to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the Tlaxcalteca Institute for People with Disabilities (ITPCD), which celebrates 20 years of existence.
The matador Uriel Moreno “El Zapata” is the basis of this poster, which is completed by the rejoneadora Stefania Uribe with the Forcados Teziutecos and the teachers Raúl Ponce de León, Angelino de Arriaga, José Nava and Alan Corona. They will fight a confinement of the San Miguel del Milagro cattle ranch.
It should be remembered that “El Zapata” took the alternative in the city of Puebla on May 11, 1996, sharing a poster with the matadors Eloy Cavazos and Miguel Espinoza with bulls from the Reyes Huerta ranch.
Meanwhile, Stefanía Uribe, daughter of rancher Julio Uribe, from Torreón de Cañas, will make her formal presentation as a rejoneadora.
The presentation of the celebration took place in the Tlaxcala State Tourism Secretariat, whose owner is the architect José Antonio Carvajal Sanpedro, who was accompanied by the teacher María del Carmen Mazarrasa, director of the TPCD.
The director of the Tlaxcalteca Institute for Bullfighting Development, Luis Mariano Andalco, was also present at the event.
During her participation, María del Carmen Mazarrasa thanked the municipal president Julio César Hernández Mejía for the facilities granted to carry out the celebration.
The price of the tickets are 500 and 400 pesos, respectively, in the first and second row barriers, both of Sombra and Sol; as well as 250 pesos in General de Sombra and 200 pesos in General de Sol.
It was made clear that all the sanitary measures of rigor will be observed and also that the rejoneadora will come out together with the Forcados of Teziutlán to make the corresponding paste on the steer that will open the plaza at 4:00 p.m., and even that will not be killed, but will be returned to the bullpen.