The Albacete fair will have eleven bullfights, one more than usual

The Albacete fair will have one more day of bullfighting this year.

The Albacete fair will have eleven bullfights, one more than usual

The Albacete fair will have one more day of bullfighting this year. The company that manages the bullring, commanded by Simón Casas and Manuel Amador, has announced that a bullfight will be held without pickers out of fertilizer on September 18.

Thus, as usual before the pandemic, there will be seven bullfights for all, one for rejones and two bullfights with picks between September 8 and 17. In total, ten celebrations to which in this 2022 we must add an eleventh. It is, without a doubt, the longest fair in September and, surely, the longest in all of Spain apart from Madrid and Seville.

The company explains in a statement that "it is 'combing' the wild field to close a luxury livestock cast, in order to guarantee the personality and variety of encastes that characterize the Coso from La Mancha."

In the bullring of 'La Chata' there were no bulls due to the coronavirus in 2020 and last year, when there was also no fair as such, the bullfighting cycle in Albacete was smaller: five bullfights, one with rejones, one bullfight with picks and another no horses.


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