Morante, Juan Ortega and Roca Rey.


The right-handed batsman is very strong-willed, who takes the series along with the length, although he doesn’t quite explode. Firm and solid work which is executed with perfect closeness to the end and which closes in the minimum distance.


Overworked, powerful bullfighter who has managed to master the linking of three chains on the right hand that cross the lines. Form over substance, but with a link.


Rapid and powerful start from Matador, who drops a series with lots of command on the right hand.


Roca Rey gives his first fighting death to José María Montilla, dean of the Córdován Matadores and the first right-handed man to do paselo in Los Califas, when it was inaugurated on May 9, 1965.


The third of the Banderillas was commended for the execution of Antonio Chacón and Paco Gómez.


A good third of rods with two very well sized punches from Jose Manuel Quinta. The work which the respectable knows how to lift, also appreciates the rider.


Best wishes from Roca Rey, who leaves a serial for Veronica in a restrained and very harmonious way.

12:50 p.m.

About to jump into the ring on the third day of the afternoon, the first in the fighting order is Roca Rey, who wears a red and gold suit.


Ortega lands three punches and a low lunge. Silence after his performance. The right-handed batsman didn’t have much choice, having given up two good series at the start of the task with crutches.

At 12:45 p.m.

The matador’s task is complicated, he is not able to subdue the enemy, too loose and distracting and creating difficulties. Task until it is uncomfortable to fight.

12:40 p.m.

Nice start to the work by Juan Ortega, repeating and completing two séances with his right hand.


This creates difficulties in Horn’s first third, without defining itself. The animal that turns loose and neglected.

At 12:33 p.m.

This does not match the Juan Ortega cape which leaves a sock in the center of the saucer.

At 12:31 p.m.

in the ring and another in the afternoon. The first is for the fight of Juan Ortega, who wears a light blue and gold suit.


The Sevillian bullfighter greets Teresio after leaving an interesting job.


After puncturing, drop into a medium and lying lunge. First double of the afternoon. Some handkerchiefs in the stands.


The animal has, at least, assumed two natural series, with some gaps, but with substance. Again with the right hand, squeezing the bullfighter. Animal, noble, fair, but a good companion for a right-handed person who acts with substance.

12:20 p.m.

Two good temperate series of right-handers at the beginning of work with an animal that moves with a fair amount of strength.

At 12:19 p.m.

The bullfighter offers to the public and begins work with a batch of assistants who end up well along the trenches.

12:15 p.m.

Juan Ortega takes advantage of his turn to spear Veronica with success.


Beautiful cape spear, slow with the right hand. Fighting Veronica and very ready. Great start to the job.


Bullfight director José Antonio Morante de la Puebla will open the poster wearing a catafalque and silver suit.


The national anthem is played in Los Califas.


About to start the walk. Already bailed on Albero of Los Califas.


Ten minutes before the paselo begins, the square begins to fill with the public. More than three quarters of admissions, according to Lance de Futuro’s estimates.


It so happens that this celebration was postponed yesterday due to weather related reasons. From now on, a completely bullfighting day, because to close the subscriptions in the bullfighting fair, it is planned to organize another bullfight this afternoon and it will take place from 7:00 pm, where Finito de Córdoba, Alejandro Talavante And Pablo Aguado will fight.


This is the first bullfight where José Antonio Morante de la Puebla, Juan Ortega and Andrés Roca Rey Paselo will tackle the cattle of Domingo Hernández.


Good morning, from Los Califas. In the next few minutes we are going to tell what happens in the second celebration of the membership of the bullfighting fair of Nuestra Señora de la Salud.

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