Fighting bull

Fighting bull

a special breed of black or dark brown, rarely gray, red or pied, horned cattle, bred in some parts of Spain and Portugal. Called also toro de lidia and ganado bravo.
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Borrowing its name from the mighty Aurochs, a large wild ancestor of the Spanish fighting bull, the Urus takes on the look and feel of the raging bull as depicted famously in Lamborghini's logo.
Ferdinand is a fighting bull -- a prime Spanish toro -- who refuses to fight, being all soft and sensitive instead.
BASED on the children's book The Story Of Ferdinand penned by Munro Leaf and illustrated by Robert Lawson, director Carlos Saldanha's computer-animated journey of self-discovery centres on a Spanish fighting bull (voiced by John Cena), who prefers to smell the roses rather than stomp on them.
It centres on a Spanish fighting bull, who prefers to smell the roses rather than stomp on them.
The Urus - named after a Spanish fighting bull - makes use of a steel and aluminium body structure and weighs in at 2.
Ferdinand" follows the story of the titular Spanish fighting bull (voiced by John Cena) who prefers smelling the flowers and practicing non-violence rather than chasing red cloths held by matadors in arenas.
Happy-go-lucky Ferdinand is frantic when he's mistaken for a fighting bull and taken against his will.
The movie about a Spanish fighting bull is based on children's book The Story of Ferdinand and hits Irish screens on December 16.
Not your average bull either but an imperious Spanish fighting bull.
Miller suffered several wounds, including a 40-cm (16-inch) goring in the thigh, when he was caught by a fighting bull during a festival in the nearby town of Ciudad Rodrigo on Saturday.
Like most Lamborghinis, the Huracan also takes its name from a fighting bull of the Spanish Conte de la Patilla breed who fought in August 1879 in Alicante.
There is also one breeding company in Spain that produced the first cloned fighting bull in 2010.