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2014 Horse Counting Contest
updated: Jul 28, 2014, 8:56 PM
By the Dedicated Staff of edhat.com
It's that time of year again, Old Spanish Days (aka Fiesta!) will take over downtown Santa Barbara. In the
middle of the excitement is El Desfile Histórico, or the horse parade as we like to call it.
True to form, Ed has alerted the Dedicated Staff to have their counters ready on Friday at noon. The staff
will be out on the streets carefully counting the horses that trot in the famous parade. Remember, it's
horses only and not mules or donkeys. Play the game and see if your guess wins!
Enter your guess of how many horses will be in the parade.
Must be a paid subscriber to play. It's only $1/week, sign up today!
Your guess must be entered by 8 am on Friday (8/1/14)
[Guessing Has Closed]
A fancy schmancy edhat t-shirt or edhat bag (since paper bags are 10 cents now)
El Desfile Histórico (Historical Parade); 12:00 noon
The Fiesta Historical Parade is one of the largest equestrian parades in the United States. The parade starts
at the west end of Cabrillo Boulevard, proceeds east along the beach, to State Street, then up State Street
to Sola Street. Viewing the Parade is free but there are shaded Reserved Seats available for purchase. Visit
www.oldspanishdays-fiesta.org for more information.
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