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Saturday, February 23 , 2019, 1:14 pm | Fair 57º


Friday’s Fiesta Parade Lineup

Floats, bands, dignitaries and herds of horses will be on the march

P-1 Walking Groups: Fiesta Flower Girls, 100 people
P-2 Carriages and Wagons: Else Wolff, one person, two horses
P-3 Mounted Color Guard: Long Beach Mounted Police, 10 officers, 10 horses
P-4 Float: Spirit of Fiesta, six people
P-5 Bands: Mariachi Mexicanisimo
P-6 Carriages and Wagons: Hattie Feazelle, La Reina de la Fiesta, five people, one horse
P-7 Carriages and Wagons: Lt. Gov. Abel Maldonado
P-9 Carriages and Wagons: Santa Barbara Mayor Helene Schneider
P-10 Group Spanish Riders: El Presidente Michael Dominguez and first lady Sheila Busch, two people, two horses
P-11 Carriages and Wagons: Honorary El Presidente Bill Janka, four people
P-12 Single Spanish Riders (carriage parking): Honorary Grand Marshal Arnold Ayala
P-13 Carriages and Wagons: El Presidente’s Friends and Family, six people
P-14 Float: St. Barbara Float (Native Daughters of the Golden West-Reina del Mar Parlor No. 126)
P-15 Posse: Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Mounted Unit, six people, six horses
P-16 Carriages and Wagons: Celebrity Grand Marshal Ted Levine, two people
A-1 Group Spanish Riders: Camarillo White Horses, nine people, six horses
A-2 Bands: Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Pipe & Drum Corps, 10 people
A-3 Carriages and Wagons: Air Force colonel, five people
A-4 Float: Tierra De Oro No. 304 (Native Daughters of the Golden West), 16 people
A-5 Bands: U.S. Marine Band
A-6 Float: Rickard Family, 13 people
A-7 Carriages and Wagons: Rep. Lois Capps, D-Santa Barbara
A-8 Carriages and Wagons: Santa Barbara County Supervisors Salud Carbajal and Janet Wolf, four people
A-9 Posse: Santa Monica Mounted Police, 12 officers, 12 horses
A-11 Carriages and Wagons: Assemblyman Pedro Nava, D-Santa Barbara, two people
A-12 Posse: Escondido Mounted Posse, 26 people, 17 horses
A-13 Carriages and Wagons: 1836 De La Guerra Wedding Party: Vi Obern, 13 people, 11 horses
A-14 Group Spanish Riders: Los Padre Trail Riders, 15 people, 15 riders
A-15 Posse: Kings County Sheriff’s Posse, 13 people, 13 horses
A-16 Group Western Riders: Black Cowboys of the Golden West, 12 people, 12 horses
A-17 Carriages and Wagons: Santa Barbara City Council, 11 people
A-18 Posse: Merced County Sheriff’s Posse, 13 people, 13 horses
A-19 Carriages and Wagons: Past El Presidentes, 12 people
A-20 Float: Johnny Cochran Gang
A-21 Group Spanish Riders: Los Californios, 20 people, 20 horses
A-22 Posse: Ventura County Sheriff’s Posse, 30 people, 30 horses
A-23 Carriages and Wagons: Brittingham Family, seven people
A-24 Carriages and Wagons: Diehl Family, seven people
A-25 Group Spanish Riders: Hollywood Paso Finos, six people, six horses
B-2 Carriages and Wagons: Judy Pearce Family and Friends, 15 people, three horses
B-3 Group Spanish Riders: Baroque Horses of Northern California, five people, five horses
B-4 Float: Rotary Group, 10 people
B-5 Bands: Oxnard High School Marching Band, 70 people
B-6 Carriages and Wagons: Impulse, four people
B-7 Carriages and Wagons: Chumash, four people
B-8 Group Western Riders: Rainbow Riders
B-9 Group Western Riders: Honorary Vaquero
B-10 Carriages and Wagons: Rodeo-Honorary Vaquero’s Family
B-10a Carriages and Wagons: Rodeo-Circus Wagon
B-11 Group Spanish Riders: Conejo Riders Drill Team, 12 people, 12 horses
B-12 Float: Old Spanish Days Fiesta No. 2-Candy Kids
B-13 Bands: Santa Barbara High School Marching Dons, 50 people
B-16 Carriages and Wagons: Montecito Bank & Trust, 10 people
B-17 Carriages and Wagons: La Cumbre Plaza, four people
B-18 Carriages and Wagons: Dipaola Foundation, six people
B-19 Group Western Riders: Shalhoob Group, 14 people, 14 horses
B-20 Group Western Riders: War Horse & Militaria Heritage Foundation, 18 people, 10 horses
B-21 Group Spanish Riders: Los Amigos, nine people
B-21a Float: E Clampus Vitus, 20 people
B-22 Carriages and Wagons: Wells Fargo Stagecoach, six people, four horses
B-23 Carriages and Wagons: Bartlett, Pringle & Wolf, five people
B-24 Carriages and Wagons: Albertsons, five people
B-25 Group Spanish Riders: Cross Mountain Ranch: Boedekker, Trujillo, two people, three horses
C-1 Carriages and Wagons: Los Padres National Forest, 15 people, 11 horses
C-2 Carriages and Wagons: Gang from Crocker Row, 12 people
C-3 Carriages and Wagons: Friends of Fiesta
C-4 Charros: Southern California Charros, 15 people, 15 horses
C-5 Float: Old Spanish Days No. 3: Italian Community
C-7 Carriages and Wagons: Santa Barbara Shrine Club, five people
C-8 Group Western Riders: The Lonesome Cowboys, 12 people, 12 horses
C-9 Carriages and Wagons: Los Pobladores 200, Descendants of Los Angeles’ and Santa Barbara’s founding families, four people
C-11 Single Spanish Riders: Kathleen MacQuiddy Galbraith
C-13 Carriages and Wagons: Elks Lodge Santa Barbara No. 613, eight people, one horse
C-14 Group Western Riders: The Willing Partners Group, seven people, seven horses
C-15 Group Spanish Riders: El Charro Mexicano (El Maguey Andalusians), five people, five horses
C-16 Float: Garcia Dance Studio, 17 people
C-16A Charros: Grupo Charro Los Compadres, 35 people, 20 horses
C-17 Group Spanish Riders: Camarillo Caballeros, two people, two horses
C-18 Float: Ruiz Family
C-19 Charros: Charros los Tequileros, 30 people, 30 horses
C-21 Charros: Charros del Valle de Santa Ynez, 25 people, 25 horses
C-23 Group: Spanish Riders, Los Cabillios, two people, two horses
C-24 Charros: Rancho Talavera, 18 people, 12 horses
C-27 Walking Groups: Santa Barbara Fire Department
C-28 Float: Castro Family, 13 people

— Kathryn McKee is the volunteer public information officer for Old Spanish Days Fiesta.

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