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The Great Bull Run

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7500 W. Highway US 287, Ennis, TX 75119 7500 W. Highway US 287, Ennis Directions

Everyone needs more culture in their lives and The Great Bull Run, TX in Ennis is presenting great options for that. Everyone needs a taste of culture at least once in awhile. Check it out this weekend!


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Report | 5 years ago
My friends and I had a great time, but there are some things that we did not like. Short running distance for bull run, Tomato Royale was too muddy, rinse-off water was too cold, and most importantly... the Houston event ended too early. By the time my friends and I got out of our Tomato clothes, we went back to the arena to enjoy our free beer/food/festivities that was promised... BUT everything was shut down! Not cool! Event was supposed to end at 6pm, not 4:30pm! However, I think these things can easily be fixed for next time. And hopefully next time my friends and I will have an unforgettable time.
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The Great Bull Run brings the thrill of Pamplona's historic event to cities across the United States. Modeled after the Running of the Bulls, this one-day event enables participants to race live bulls, keeping one step ahead of the charging animals to finally prove that toes are better for running than hooves. While the historic Pamplona event has had few serious injuries in its 102 years of existence, The Great Bull Run staff takes even more precautions to ensure runners stay smiling from beginning to end. Additionally, the bulls are given the full respect they deserve, and are not antagonized or harmed before, during, or after the run.

Following the race, runners and newcomers can gather together for a good old-fashioned food fight. Tomato Royale arms entrants with juicy fruit that they can fling at each other. Additional post-run activities include an after-party, live entertainment, and games as well as food and beverages.

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