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Dating back to the days of the herds
The professional raseteurs of Camargue races attempt to perform rasets that consist of a delicate touch of the bull's horns to seize the attributes attached to them. This confrontation between man and animal never includes the killing of the bull. The bullfighting tradition of Camargue races dates back to the time of the herds when gardians (herdsmen) led the bulls on horseback through the streets of the region's villages. Back in the day, flowers, scarves, and other accessories were hung on the animals' horns to reward the brave capable of grabbing hold of them.
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