Budweiser Clydesdales

St. Louis, MO

On April 7, 1933, August A. Busch, Jr. and Adolphus Busch III surprised their father, August A. Busch, Sr., with the gift of a six-horse Clydesdale hitch to commemorate the repeal of Prohibition.  The Clydesdales made a stop in Washington, D.C., in April 1933 to reenact the delivery of one of the first cases of Budweiser to President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Today, the Budweiser Clydesdales continue to be an enduring symbol of the brewer’s heritage, tradition and commitment to quality.


Wells Fargo Stagecoach

The famous Wells Fargo stagecoach returns to the Hollywood Christmas Parade this holiday season, with the ribbons being handled by George Lane. In the days before trains or even automobiles, stagecoaches connected California towns in all seasons, winter and summer.

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Charros de la Puente

La Puente, CA

Charros De La Puente have participated in various parades throughout Southern California. They have participated in South Gate, East Los Angeles, Long Beach, Huntington Park, Hacienda Heights, Perris, Whittier, and La Habra. The entire group wears authentic charro outfits and ride on authentic saddles embellished with silver trim. The horses range from Quarter Horses, Andalusians, Aztecas, and Friesians.


Merced County Sheriff Posse

Merced, CA

Merced County Sheriff Posse is a Sterling Silver Mounted Group that was organized in 1948. For 5 years they have been the CSHA, High Point Champions in their Division.

In 2012 they were selected to ride in The Tournament of Roses parade with the 100 Palominos honoring Roy Rogers. They have won many 1st place ribbons and sweepstakes including this year’s Almond Blossom Parade in Ripon. The Posse travels over 2000 miles year representing Merced County.

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Majestic Acres & Shadow Kindred

San Diego, CA

A step back in time takes us to the Renaissance Period. The beautiful all black horses are the Friesian and originated in Holland. During the Renaissance they were used by Knights in battle. Nobility enjoyed them as flashy carriage horses. They were even used on the farms as an overall work horse with time to ride them for pleasure. They have proven to be a valuable horse in many situations. We have a wonderful display of these horses with riders dressed to showcase Renaissance attire.


Knotts Berry Farm

After Thanksgiving Knott’s Berry Farm is filled with the spirit of the holiday season as it wondrously transforms into Knott’s Merry Farm!  The perfect place to make holiday memories and traditions invites guests to celebrate new attractions, live entertainment, a crafts fair, festive food, lavish holiday decorations, and more. Visit knotts.com for more information.