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Real Grupo de Forcados Amadores de Moura
Portugal
The pitchforks (FORCADOS) are amateur groups of several men who catch the bull in a bullfight. When performing a handle, eight men enter the arena, the first is the fork face; seven others help you immobilize the bull, with one (rabejador) to hold the tail of the bull to cause imbalance and its for when his teammates largarem this does not invest on them
Copyright: Rui Ferreira, Moura Portugal
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Uploaded: 16/09/2013
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Tags: forcado; portugal; lisbon; bullfight; bull; tradition; alentejo; moura; south; horse; royal; castle; blood; spain; sevilla; madrid; horseman; pitchforks
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