After from the floral decorated floats, every year the Rose Parade also showcases equestrian units which showcase a variety of breeds as well as impressive and unique tack and costumes.
Since the very beginning, horses have been part of the Rose Parade, with equines pulling flower decorated carriages on New Year’s Day in 1890.
Even with the advent of motorized vehicles in the parade, equestrian units have remained an integral component of the parade each and every year.
For this year’s Rose Parade i.e, the 131st Rose Parade, 17 outstanding equestrian units have been selected.
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Before riding in the 5 ½-mile long Rose Parade on New Year’s Day 2020, these equestrian units will also participate in Equestfest, which will be held on 29 December 2019 at the Los Angeles Equestrian Center.
During Equestfest, these equestrian units perform trick riding, drills, dancing and roping skills, and attendees can walk through the stables and speak with the riders.
Find below list of Rose Parade 2020 Equestrians.
Rose Parade 2020 Equestrians :
- 1st Cavalry Division Horse Cavalry Detachment (Fort Hood, Texas)
- Arabian Horse Association (Sierra Madre, California)
- Blue Shadows Mounted Drill Team (Castaic, California)
- Budweiser Clydesdales (St. Louis, Missouri)
- Buffalo Soldiers Mounted Cavalry Unit (BSMCU) (Mojave, California)
- Express Clydesdales (Yukon, Oklahoma)
- Horsewomen of Temecula Wine Country (Temecula Eq-Wine Riders)
- Knott’s Berry Farm (Buena Park, California)
- Los Hermanos Banuelos (Altadena, California)
- Mid America Cowgirls Rodeo Drill Team (New Buffalo, Michigan)
- Mini Therapy Horses (Calabasas, California)
- Painted Ladies Rodeo Performers (Roseville, California)
- Rural Media Group (Gretna, Nebraska)
- Scripps Miramar Ranch (San Diego, California)
- Spirit of the West Riders (Leona Valley, California)
- USMC Mounted Color Guard (Barstow, California), The Valley Hunt Club (Pasadena, California)