65.2 F
Los Angeles
Monday, September 21, 2020

“Watch me whip, watch me neigh neigh”

As horses gallop one by one through the arena, their cascading and colorful manes wow the crowd at the eighth annual Parade of Breeds. The free event was hosted by Patricia Warner and the equine students at the Equestrian Center on Oct. 11, 2017.

The event began with audience members guessing the breed of the horses and enjoying food and refreshments.

Attendees observed a variety of talents put on by experienced horse riders, who participated in trick roping and barrel racing activities.

Trick roping cowboy Franco Gonzalez showcased his lassoing skills before an audience of enthralled spectators.

Children enjoyed a petting zoo, face painting and craft table in addition to various photobooths.

The Equestrian Center hosted a performance from the drill team as they held wind-swept American flags while they rode in tandem, paying tribute to the troops during Veterans Day weekend.

Latest article

Under Smoky Skies

Surrounding fires have filled the skies with smoke and have caused unhealthy air conditions for large parts of Los Angeles County, including Woodland Hills. The...

Message from Snoop Dogg: Read the syllabus

Usually a syllabus goes unread … until Snoop Dogg tells you to read it. That’s what chemistry professor Benny Ng did. As a result, hundreds of...

No longer out of place

Despite Sofia Zaragoza’s academic achievements, she second guessed her abilities throughout her educational journey. “I often really felt out of place, and I didn't think...

Making a stand by taking a knee

In response to months of protests in support of Black Lives Matter (BLM), athletes have used their platform to bring awareness to social inequality...

Zooming in the dark

To protect student privacy rights, professors that conduct online meetings cannot require a camera to be turned on, which has varied opinions among many...
- Advertisement -

Related Articles