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The 93rd Fiesta Historical Parade (or El Desfile Histórico) is one of the largest equestrian parades in the U.S., featuring more than 600 horses

Paul Wellman

The 93rd Fiesta Historical Parade (or El Desfile Histórico) is one of the largest equestrian parades in the U.S., featuring more than 600 horses


Fiesta Historical Parade 2017


1) Walking Group Fiesta Flower Girls

2) Walking Group The Therapy Mini Horses

3) Walking Group Spirit of Fiesta

4) Band Mariachi Mexicanisimo

5) Floats Saint Barbara Float (exhibition entry)

6) Posse Long Beach Mounted Police

7) Group of Western Riders La Presidente

8) Carriages/Wagons La Presidente’s Family

9) Floats S.B. Mission: Blessings of Love

10) Charro Group Southern California Charros

11) Carriages/Wagons Grand Marshal

12) Carriages/Wagons S.B. Mayor Helene Schneider & Junior Spirit

13) Mounted Color Guard The New Buffalo Soldiers

14) Group of Spanish Riders De la Guerra Wedding Party

15) Mounted Color Guard S.B. County Sheriff’s Mounted Unit

16) Carriages/Wagons S.B. City Council

17) Carriages/Wagons Community West Bank

18) Group of Spanish Riders Los Padres Trail Riders

19) Carriages/Wagons Union Bank

20) Posse Santa Monica Mounted Posse

21) Carriages/Wagons La Presidente Honoraries

22) Carriages/Wagons U.S. Forest Service

23) Carriages/Wagons KEYT

24) Walking Group S.B. Trust for Historic Preservation

25) Floats California Missions Foundation

26) Charro Group Familia Charra and Charros Unidas de Villa

27) Charro Group Grupo Charro Los Compadres

28) Carriages/Wagons Past Presidentes

29) Group of Spanish Riders Camarillo White Horses

30) Carriages/Wagons Elected Officials

31) Posse Escondido Mounted Posse

32) Carriages/Wagons Cox Communications

33) Carriages/Wagons American Riviera Bank

34) Group of Western Riders Calizona Appaloosa Horse Club & Heritage Riders

35) Walking Group Chumash Color Guard

36) Charro Group Rancho Arroyo

37) Floats Tierra de Oro Parlor #304 of the Native Daughters of the Golden West

38) Band S.B. High School Marching Dons

39) Walking Group Empty Spot

40) Charro Group Rancho El Paraiso

41) Posse Kings County Sheriff’s Posse

42) Group of Western Riders Rodeo Honorary Vaquero

43) Group of Western Riders S.B. Fiesta Stock Horse Show & Rodeo

44) Carriages/Wagons Montecito Bank & Trust

45) Carriages/Wagons Wells Fargo

46) Floats S.B. Mariachi Festival

47) Band Oxnard High School Marching Band

48) Charro GroupLos Tequileros de Jalisco

49) Walking Group U.S. Navy: Naval Base Ventura County

50) Charro Group Charros de Santa Ynez

51) Group of Western Riders Lonesome Cowboys & Cowgirls

52) Group of Spanish Riders Rancho Las Palmas

53) Floats Garcia Dance Studio

54) Band Santa Paula High School Cardinals

55) Charro Group El Arenal

56) Carriages/Wagons Impulse Advanced Communications

57) Carriages/Wagons Bartlett, Pringle & Wolf

58) Posse Merced County Sheriff’s Posse

59) Carriages/Wagons Gang from Crocker Row

60) Carriages/Wagons Friends of Fiesta

61) Walking Group S.B. Unified School District

62) Charro Group Rancho Jimenez J

63) Mounted Color Guard Blue Shadows Mounted Drill Team

64) Carriages/Wagons S.B. Shrine Club

65) Posse Empty Spot

66) Carriages/Wagons S.B. Historical Museum

67) Group of Western Riders Shalhoob Group

68) Carriages/Wagons Los Rancheros Pobres

69) Posse Ventura County Sheriff’s Posse

70) Floats Linda Vega Dance Studio

71) Charro Group Rancho Los Dos Amigos

72) Group of Western Riders The Valley Center Vaqueros

73) Carriages/Wagons S.B. Elks Lodge

74) Carriages/Wagons S.B. Police Activity League

75) Mounted Color Guard Presidio Mounted Soldiers

76) Carriages/Wagons S.B. Firefighters Association

77) Floats The Castro Family Party

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This year marks the 93rd anniversary of the Fiesta Historical Parade (or El Desfile Histórico), one of the largest equestrian parades in the U.S., featuring more than 600 horses as well as floats, dancers, and antique carriages, coaches, and wagons. The parade starts at the west end of Cabrillo Boulevard, proceeds east along the beach to State Street, and then goes up State Street to Sola Street. Noon. Free-$38.



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