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The tradition of wrestling horses to the ground in order to trim their manes and tails goes back, say Galicians, to Celts who settled the Iberian Peninsula by the seventh century b.c. Before the night is over, the queen will take the Green Man, following close behind her, as her consort, a symbolic act of fertility—and a signal for the partying to begin.


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