A Morgan, Arabian, and Spanish crossbreed, the Camarillo White Horses have been part of the Fiesta Equestrian Parade since 1929.

Paul Wellman

A Morgan, Arabian, and Spanish crossbreed, the Camarillo White Horses have been part of the Fiesta Equestrian Parade since 1929.

Fiesta Horse Parade Lineup

Order is subject to change.

P-1: Walking Group—Fiesta Flower Girls
P-2: Carriage and Wagon—Else Wolff
P-3: Mounted Color Guard—Long Beach Mounted Police
P-4: Float—Spirit of Fiesta
P-5: Band—Mariachi Mexicanisimo
P-6: Carriage and Wagon—Hattie Feazelle, La Reina de la Fiesta
P-7: Carriage and Wagon—Lt. Governor
P-8: Space
P-9: Carriage and Wagon—Santa Barbara Mayor Helene Schneider
P-10: Group of Spanish Riders—El Presidente Michael and Sheila Dominguez
P-11: Carriage and Wagon—Honorary El Presidente Bill Janka
P-12: Single Spanish Riders—Honorary Grand Marshal Arnold Ayala
P-13: Carriage and Wagon—El Presidente’s Friends and Family
P-14: Float—Saint Barbara: Native Daughters, Reina del Mar
P-15: Posse—Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Mounted Unit
P-16: Carriage and Wagon—Celebrity Grand Marshal Ted Levine
P-17: Space
A-1: Group of Spanish Riders—Camarillo White Horses
A-2: Band—Santa Barbara Sheriff’s Pipe and Drum Corps
A-3: Carriage and Wagon—Airforce Colonel
A-4: Float—Native Daughters, Tierra de Oro #304
A-5: Band—Marine Corps Band
A-6: Float—Rickard Family
A-7: Carriage and Wagon—Congressmember Lois Capps
A-8: Carriage and Wagon—S.B. County Board of Supervisors Salud Carbajal and Janet Wolf
A-9: Posse—Santa Monica Mounted Police
A-10: Space
A-11: Carriage and Wagon—Assemblymember Pedro Nava
A-12: Posse—Escondido Mounted Posse
A-13: Carriage and Wagon—1836 De la Guerra Wedding Party
A-14: Group Spanish Riders—Los Padres Trail Riders
A-15: Posse—Kings County Sheriff’s Posse
A-16: Group Western Riders—Black Cowboys of the Golden West
A-17: Carriage and Wagon—S.B. City Council
A-18: Posse—Merced County Sheriff’s Posse
A-19: Carriage and Wagon—Past Presidentes
A-20: Float—Johnny Cochran Gang
A-21: Group Spanish Riders—Los Californios
A-22: Posse—Ventura County Sheriff’s Posse
A-23: Carriage and Wagon—Brittingham Family
A-24: Carriage and Wagon—Diehl Family
A-25: Group Spanish Riders—Hollywood Paso Finos
B-1: Space
B-2: Carriage and Wagon—Judy Pearce Family and Friends
B-3: Group Spanish Riders—Baroque Horses of Northern California
B-4: Float—8 Rotary Clubs Group
B-5: Band—Oxnard High School Marching Band
B-6: Carriage and Wagon—Impulse
B-7: Carriage and Wagon—Chumash
B-8: Group Western Riders—Rainbow Riders
B-9: Group Western Riders—Honorary Vaquero
B-10: Carriage and Wagon—Rodeo: Honorary Vaquero Family
B10a: Carriage and Wagon—Rodeo: Circus Wagon
B-11: Group Spanish Riders—Conejo Riders Drill Team
B-12: Float—Old Spanish Days Candy Kids
B-13: Band—Santa Barbara High School Marching Dons
B-14: Space
B-15: Space
B-16: Carriage and Wagon—Montecito Bank and Trust
B-17: Carriage and Wagon—La Cumbre Plaza
B-18: Carriage and Wagon—Dipaola Foundation
B-19: Group Western Riders—Shalhoob Group
B-20: Group Western Riders—War Horse and Military Foundation
B-21: Group Spanish Riders—Los Amigos
B-21a: Float—El Clampus Vitas
B-22: Carriage and Wagon—Wells Fargo Stagecoach
B-23: Carriage and Wagon—Bartlett, Pringle, Wolf
B-24: Carriage and Wagon—Albertsons
B-25: Group Spanish Riders—Cross Mountain Ranch: Boedekker, Trujillo
C-1: Carriage and Wagon—Los Padres National Forest
C-2: Carriage and Wagon—Gang from Crocker Row
C-3: Carriage and Wagon—Friends of Fiesta
C-4: Charros—Southern California Charros
C-5: Float—Old Spanish Days Italian Community
C-6: Space
C-7: Carriage and Wagon—Santa Barbara Shrine Club
C-8: Group Western Riders—The Lonesome Cowboys
C-9: Carriage and Wagon—Los Pobladores 200, Descendants of L.A. and S.B.’s Founding Families
C-10: Group Western Riders—The Giddy Up Gals
C-11: Single Spanish Riders—Kathleen MacQuiddy Galbraith
C-12: Space
C-13: Carriage and Wagon—S.B. Elks
C-14: Group Western Riders—The Willing Partners Group
C-15: Group Spanish Riders—El Charro Mexicano (El Maguey Andalusians)
C-16: Float—Garcia Dance Studio
C-16a: Charros—Grupo Charro Los Compadres
C-17: Group Spanish Riders—Camarillo Caballeros
C-18: Float—Ruiz Family
C-19: Charros—Charros los Tequileros
C-20: Space
C-21: Charros—Charros del Valle de Santa Ynez
C-22: Space
C-23: Group Spanish Riders—Los Cabillios
C-24: Charros—Rancho Talavera
C-25: Space
C-26: Space
C-27: Walking Group—S.B. City Fire Department
C-28: Float—Castro Family

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