Tyrols largest spring celebration arose from a Kirchtag or country fair. This folk celebrations name refers to its traditional location, called Gauderlehen. The oldest known description of this celebration comes from 1862, although there also exist earlier notes in which reference is made to it. Once-important blood sports such as cow-baiting, cockfights and ram-baiting have by now been abandoned, with the action now centering instead on Ranggeln (a form of wrestling native to the Alps see Hundstoaranggeln), with its contest for the winners title of Hogmoar, and a parade in traditional costumes. This parade is among Tyrols largest and always takes place on the first Sunday in May. At the Gauderfest, special attention is also given to young people: above all, the Saturday directly preceding the Gauderfest gives them the opportunity to show off their dancing abilities.