bull tailing
 n.— «General Grant did not like bull tailing in Mexico, a sort of substitute for the scarcely more barbarous bull fight. When one bull was thrown and had his leg broken, and another bayoneted, General Grant abru[p]tly retired. “I never saw this sport before, and I shall never see it again,” he remarked on the way back.» —“All Sorts” Chester Daily Times (Pa.) Mar. 13, 1880. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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