This past weekend saw the celebration in Baytown, Houston (TX) of the third of the bullrunning series organized in The United States by The Great Bull Run. The turnout of runners who participated in the runnings of the bulls on Saturday came to 3.500 runners and the outcome resulted in just one injured runner. Hugo Soto was taken off to hospital suffering from grazing after being knocked over by one of the Bulls. Soto is the first runner to suffer an injury in this series of American bullrunnings which have been taking place periodically since August 2013.
The next bullrunning will be held in Florida on the 8th of March and it will also include a Tomatina event. A further ten bullrunnings are planned for the moment as the events are proving to be popular among the public. In Texas, the land of the Bulls, some fine running in front of the bulls could be appreciated amid a fun and festive ambience. And from here, we would extend a warm invitation to all of those runners to come to experience the original thing celebrated each year in July in Pamplona during the Sanfermin fiestas. You can catch the bullrunning at Baytown thanks to this video from chron.com