Jorge Aguilar, "El Ranchero"
Born in the estate of bulls of Piedras Negras, Tlaxcala, the April
In livestock learned the tasks of enticing since age 7 and continued
so until his death on January 27, 1981 when he was fighting a calf
in the corral for livestock Coaxamalucan.
It was in March 1945 when "El Ranchero" dressed lights for the first
time to act in Tehuacan, Puebla, and did so quite successfully. He
took the alternative in the Monumental Plaza Mexico, the first of
June 1947 with steers of La Laguna, alternating with Nacho Perez "The
Pampered" and Joselillo, cutting off the ears of the bull which
His nickname was earned charro bullfighting cape and hat used as an
emblem of Tlaxcala who is fondly remembered every evening there run
into the street that bears his name.