Bullfighting returns to Inca and the Balearic Islands

Jul 29, 2021 | Current affairs, Featured

This Friday, coinciding with the celebration of the patron saints of the city, Sant Abdòn and Senèn, the Inca bullring will host a bullfighting festival with picadors that return to the tradition of bullfighting festivities in the Balearic Islands, in times marked by the Covid-19 and with a reduced capacity due to health circumstances.
Five young bulls from the El Torreón (Cáceres) stud farm, which was once made up of bulls from Torrestrella, Luis Algarra, Jandilla and Juan Pedro Domecq, the latter being the majority breed, thus crossing Torrestrella and Domecq litters; there will also be a bull from the Ruíz Palomares (Jaén) stud farm, with genetic origins from the Juan Pedro Domecq stud farm.
Manuel Díaz “El Cordobés” and Javier Conde, both of whom know the bullring and the great fans of Inca, will be in costume and wearing a gala cape, while Cayetano Rivera will be making his debut in the Plaza de Toros de Inca, Emilio de Justo, winner of the winter fair and prologue to the bullfighting season in Madrid, cutting two ears at the Palacio de Vistalegre to the sixth of the afternoon from Parladé (the Morrocco weighed more than 600 kilos), El Rafi and Marcos Linares.
The bullfighting festival will start according to the poster announcing the event at 19:30h. under the organisation of Tauroemoción, a new company in the bullring, with the proceeds of the evening being donated to the Elsa Club.
The El Torreón steers and the Ruíz Palomares bull is already awaiting the bullfight in the pens of Inca’s bullring.