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Unlike an albino, Camarillo White Horses have dark eyes, pink skin, and white hooves.  Their white coat and other unique traits are derived from a dominant gene unique only to their breed. Watch for the Camarillo White Horses in the Fiesta Parade on August 7, 2009.

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Unlike an albino, Camarillo White Horses have dark eyes, pink skin, and white hooves. Their white coat and other unique traits are derived from a dominant gene unique only to their breed. Watch for the Camarillo White Horses in the Fiesta Parade on August 7, 2009.


Fiesta Horse Parade Lineup


P-1: Mounted Color Guard-Long Beach Mounted Police

P-2: Walking Group-Fiesta Flower Girls

P-3: Walking Group-Pedro the Fiesta Donkey

P-4: Posse-Long Beach Mounted Police (entry 2)

P-5: Float-Spirit Float

P-6: Band-Mariachi Mexicasmo

P-7: Float-Saint Barbara

P-8: Carriage and Wagon-Hattie Feazelle, La Reina de la Fiesta

P-9: Carriage and Wagon-Mayor of Santa Barbara

P-10: Group of Spanish Riders-El Presidente Anthony & Betty Borgatello

P-11: Carriage and Wagon-El Presidente Family

P-12: Carriage and Wagon-Honorary Grand Marshal and Honorary El Presidente

P-13: Posse-Santa Barbara Sheriffs

P-14: Carriage and Wagon-Navy Commander


Fiesta Parade Route
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Fiesta Parade Route

A-1: Group Spanish Riders-Camarillo White Horses Parade and Event Team

A-2: Posse-Santa Monica Mounted Police

A-3: Band-Santa Barbara Sheriffs Bagpipe

A-4: Walking Group-Sailors and Honor Guard

A-4a: Carriage and Wagon-Lois Capps

A-5: Float-Santa Barbara Trust for Historical Preservation

A-6: Posse-King County Sheriffs

A-7: Carriage and Wagon-Judy Pearce Family and Friends

A-8: Posse-Escondido Mounted Posse

A-9: Carriage and Wagon-Santa Barbara City Council

A-10: Float-Rotary Club

A-11: Posse-Merced County Sheriffs

A-12: Carriages and Wagons-Vivian Obern

A-13: Group Spanish Riders-De la Guerra Wedding Party

A-13a: Group Spanish Riders-Los Padres Trail Riders

A-14: Carriage and Wagon-Past Presidente

A-15: Group Spanish Riders-Barque Horses of Northern California

A-16: Band-Santa Barbara High School Marching Band

A-17: Group Spanish Riders-California Andalusiana Fiesta Day Group

A-18: Group Spanish Riders-Hollywood Paso Finos

A-19: Charros-Southern California Charros

A-20: Carriage and Wagon- Impulse

A-21: Carriage and Wagon-MarBorg

A-22: Color Guard-Captain Rivera y Moncada’s Detachment, 1781


B-1: Group Spanish Riders-Conejo Riders Drill Team

B-2: Posse-Ventura Sheriffs

B-3: Float-Rickard Family

B-4: Band-Oxnard High School Marching Band

B-5: Space

B-6: Carriage and Wagon-Honorary Vaquero

B-7: Group Western Riders-Rainbow Riders

B-8: Carriage and Wagon-Rodeo Circus Wagon

B-9: Group Western Riders-Black Cowboys of the Golden West

B-10: Carriage and Wagon-Albertsons

B-11: Carriage and Wagon-Santa Barbara Elks Lodge #613

B-12: Charros-Grupo Charro Los Compadres

B-13: Float-Tierra de Oro Parlor (Daughters of the Golden West)

B-14: Group Spanish Riders-War Horse & Militaria Heritage Foundation

B-15: Carriage and Wagon-Mission Linen

B-16: Carriage and Wagon-John F. Diehl

B-17: Carriage and Wagon-Dipiola Foundation

B-18: Group Spanish Riders-Rancho de la Florecita Peruvian

B-19: Carriage and Wagon-Assemblymember Pedro Nava and Susan Jordan

B-20: Carriage and Wagon-Wells Fargo

B-21: Group Spanish Riders-Los Californios

B-22: Single Spanish Rider-Kathleen MacQuiddy Galbrath

B-23: Carriage and Wagon-Los Padres National Forest

B-24: Charros-Los Amigos


C-1: Carriage and Wagon-Gang from Cocker Row

C-2: Carriage and Wagon-Friends of Fiesta

C-3: Charros-Charros Los Tequileros

C-4: Carriage and Wagon-Santa Barbara Bank & Trust

C-5: Space

C-6: Carriage and Wagon-Cox Communications

C-7: Group Western Riders-The Lonesome Cowboys

C-8: Carriage and Wagon-Santa Barbara County Supervisors

C-9: Group Spanish Riders-Royal Presidio Mounted Soldieries

C-10: Float-E. Campus Vitus

C-11: Carriage and Wagon-Bartlett and Pringle Wolf

C-12: Group Spanish Riders-Peruvian Paso Heritage Riders

C-13: Carriage and Wagon-Juan Torres (Mariachi)

C-14: Charros-Los Caporales

C-15: Carriage and Wagon-Santa Barbara Shrine Club

C-16: Charros-Charros de la Valle Santa Ynez

C-17: Carriage and Wagon-Merrie Hathaway’s 50-Year Reunion

C-18: Group Spanish Rider-Shalhoob Group

C-19: Group Spanish Rider-Cross Mountain Ranch

C-20: Carriage and Wagon-Los Pobladores 200

C-21: Walking Group-Native Sons of the Golden West

C-22: Group Spanish Riders-Los Jinetes del Mar

C-23: Carriage and Wagon-City of Santa Barbara Fire Department

C-24: Group Spanish Riders-Los Caballios

C-25: Float-Castro Family

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