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Livermore Rodeo Parade 2023
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Entries 44-48

#44 - Golden M Farms
First Place - Fancy Parade Horse

Golden M Farms Horse and rider training programs focus on the confidence and capability of horse and rider, independently and together. A good foundation is essential for partnership in whatever discipline horses and riders go on to pursue.



#45 - Salinas Rodeo SUV
Miss California Ro-day-o Salinas 2023 Mayson Bothwell invites you to join her at the California Ro-day-o Salinas July 20th through 23rd. Check; c-a-rodeo.com for show times, themes and to purchase tickets.




#46 - Rancho Las Palmas Oakdale
First Place - Dancing Horses

Rancho Las Palmas Dancing horses from Oakdale. Trained by Juan Garcia. Accompanied by his friends. These horses are all Stallions and are of the Andalusian Lusitano and Friesian breed.










#47 - Reins in Motion Foundation
The Reins in Motion Foundation is a volunteer-based therapeutic riding program in Livermore, CA. Their mission is to enrich the lives of individuals with special needs and life threatening illnesses by connecting them with horses, animals, and outdoor education activities that promote healing and growth in all aspects of their daily lives. Reins has been serving Livermore and the surrounding area since 2010. Reins in Motion also has a veterans program called Reins for Heroes. Reins is currently in need and looking for more volunteers. If you like horses, kids, and want to support your community, please reach out to them. Save the date for Reins in Motions annual Hearts with Hooves Fundraiser Saturday September 16th. More information and ways to help support them is on their website.



#48 - Aahmes Shriners
First Place - Silver Mounted

The Mounted Patrol are riding painted horses on silver tooled saddles. The Mounted Patrol is one of the last Shiner Mounted Patrols west of the Mississippi River. Their leader is Tim Wilbur. The Leader of Aahmes this year is Potentate Gary Charland. Members of the leadership group are Mike Salazar, Leo Bautista, Brad Rupert, Terry Killgore and Joseph Pritchard. The Tin Lizzies are Shriners from Modesto Shrine Club. The folks on the trailers are Nobles, ladies and friends of Shrine. We all work together to help Provide Compassionate, Innovative Care!












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