The picadores were armed with long pikes with which to enrage the bull.
In one minute he threw the horses and tossed the picadores into the air.
Let the other picadores leave it to him to come to an understanding with the horse-traders.
Of course, I mean after they have killed the horses and smashed the picadores.
The three picadores also went to their posts, at equal distance from each other, near to the barrier.
The bull-fighters themselves are of four grades: the espada or matador, the picadores, chulos, and banderilleros.
Then followed the names of espadas (one of whom was the celebrated Frascuelo), picadores, chulos, &c.
The picadores tried him with no further success, until a waving of handkerchiefs was seen among the audience.
They were followed by a procession of toreadors, picadores, and banderilleros, with their attendants.
Close in their rear follow the Picadores (pikemen) on horseback, wearing scarlet jackets trimmed with silver lace.