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Entries 38 - 44

38 - Salinas Rodeo SUV with Queen
2nd Place - Classic & Custom Vehicles

Here comes Miss California Ro-Day-O Salinas, Grace Tobias. She is here to invite you to the California Ro-Day-O in Salinas, July 17th through the 20th. The rodeo will feature the best Pro Rodeo Cowboys and Cowgirls, along with trick riding, motorcycle jumpers, and freestyle bullfights on the track. When you aren't watching the rodeo, you can shop, eat, listen to live music and more while you enjoy a stay at the California RO-DAY-O Salinas. Tickets start at $7 for kids and $13 for adults. For more information, visit us at www.C-A Rodeo.com. See you there!



39 - Cecily Brooks, Miss Rowell Ranch Junior Rodeo Queen for 2014


Please welcome the 2014 Rowell Ranch Miss Junior Rodeo Queen, Miss Cecily Brooks. Cecily, who lives in Livermore, is riding her gelding Sampson. She is 16 years old and goes to Vineyard High School. Cecily invites everyone go come to the Rowell Ranch Junior Rodeo on August 2nd & 3rd. Can't wait to see you all there!





40 - Payton Gillians, Future Horsewoman
1st Place - Future Horse Man/Woman


Here comes 3 year old Payton Gillians and her horse, Dog. Payton and Dog have been competing in parades for over a year now, starting when she was just two years old! She loves the crowds and so does Dog. Her Grandpa Paul is driving that big stage coach right behind her; he's been doing parades for over 40 years. Parades are a long tradition in this family. So letís give young Payton a big cheer.



41 - Wells Fargo Stagecoach
1st Place - Pony/Horse Drawn Vehicle


And here, ladies and gentleman, is a living symbol of the American Spirit. The Wells Fargo Stagecoach driven by Paul Fellingham. Today, the legendary Wells Fargo stagecoach rolls through Livermore carrying our Police Chief Mike Harris and his family. Chief Harris has been in law enforcement for about 25 years and here in Livermore for almost a year now. He and his wife and their two children recently moved to Livermore from Modesto. It's their first experience in our rodeo parade, so letís give Ďem a big welcome!




42 - Queen Elsa and Princess Anna of Arrendelle
1st Place - Novelty Horse, Costume (Open)

Do you recognize Queen Elsa and Princess Anna of Arendelle, characters from the Disney film Frozen? Ashley Belmessieri, on her horse, Jackson, rides today for Reins In Motion. This foundation enriches individuals with special needs and life-threatening illness by connecting them with horses to promote healing and growth. Please join them for their annual Horse Faire on October 11th at Robertson Park. Audrey Belmessieri rides today for Horses Healing Hearts. This rescue-and-rehabilitation group educates the community about the life-changing gifts horses have to offer and provides financial assistance to horses in need. Horses Healing Hearts has saved over 50 horses to date!




43 - Shelby Ohlhauser on her horse Weekend
1st Place - Local Western (Junior)


Shelby Ohlhauser is 9 years old riding her horse "Weekend". Shelby is a 4th generation Livermore resident. She volunteers at the Veterans Hospital and is dedicating her ride today to the veterans and current active military, proudly serving our country!




44 - Reins in Motion Foundation

Our next entry is the "Reins in Motion" Foundation, located here in Livermore, on Tesla Road. As we heard earlier, they provide therapeutic riding programs for the special needs community. They also have a veterans program and an early intervention program for preschoolers. Reins in Motion also supports the Taylor Family Foundation at Camp Arroyo. They bring their horses to the camps for children with life threatening and chronic illnesses. Their mission is to enrich individuals with special needs and life threatening illness by connecting them with horses, animals, and outdoor educational activities that promote healing and growth. Thanks to Livermore Ford for providing the truck to pull their flatbed today!!


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