At Toroshopping you can buy authentic Mounted Spanish bull heads from the best fighting bull breeding farms in Spain. We ship worldwide. Please contact us for more information on shipping costs and documents by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Mounted Spanish Bull Heads
We have available several authentic Mounted Spanish bull heads for sale, from the best fighting bull breeding farms in Spain. Click on more info to see the heads available at the moment.
Measurements are approximately: 100x100x100 cm. We ship worldwide but we need to know the city and country in order to give an exact quote for shipping costs.
In all the mounted bull heads there is a plate with the following information:
Name of the bull / Weight / Bull breeding ranch /Date and place of the fight /Name of the matador
Bull heads and ranches available:
Barbaverde, from the La Dehesilla ranch
Carabinero, from Gavira ranch:
Nº104 Weight 584kg. Fought in 4th place on May 17, 2007 at the Las Ventas Manual, in Madrid, at the San Isidro Fair by matador Antonio Ferrera, receiving a standing ovation at the end of his fight.
Carafeo, from Puerto de San Lorenzo livestock:
No. 43 Weight 520kg. Excellent bull, applauded in the drag, fought in 1st place on June 7, 2012 in the Plaza Monumental de Las Ventas in Madrid, Bullfighting Art and Culture Fair, by the matador Thomas Duffau, the day of his confirmation of his graduation as a matador by his fellow matador “El Cid” with the bullfighter Daniel Luque as a witness. He did an artistic and commendable job, greeted by the audience after a loud ear request (prize).
Herrumbroso, from the Victorino Martín ranch
Madero, from Victorino Martín ranch:
No. 92 Weight 518Kg. Fighting in 6th place, on October 14, 2006 in the bullring “La Cubierta” of Leganés in Madrid, by the spanish matador Eugenio de Mora, being applauded at the end of his work.
Redondo, from the Peñajara ranch:
Nº 3 Weight 555kg, fought in 5th place on June 3, 2008, at the Monumental de Las Ventas in Madrid, at the San Isidro Fair by the famous matador Julián López “El Juli” being applauded at the end of the task.