Where Horsemen Meet

October 6-8, 2017 - Norco, California

Shows

 

The Mane Attraction Equestrain Drill Team

The Mane Attraction is a special team of committed women who love to ride and perform precision drill, participate in parades, and attend fundraisers and charity events.   The primary charity they ride for is NDR, a Therapeutic Riding facility that teaches children and adults with disabilities.  NDR is a nonprofit organization that is located in Norco Ca. at No Drama Ranch.  The Mane Attraction is happy to donate half of any earnings they receive to the NDR facility.   

The drill team and parade team practices in Norco at Frodsham Farms and at Ingalls Equestrian center.  The team was founded in 2006 by Gina LaRock and Sherrie Sedivy.  

Watching the drill team perform you will find horses representing many breeds.  You will see the Arabian horse, the Paint, the Quarter horse, and the American Mustang; each that has learned to rate one another’s speed and to accept each other in close proximity.

Our parade team also represents many different breeds.  You will see the Oldenburg, Tennessee walker, Paso Fino, Friesian and the Gypsy Vanner. 

The Mane Attraction has participated in many parades including the 2017 Tournament of Roses Parade. The team is honored again to be participating in the 2018 Tournament of Roses parade.  They also were in the 2016 Hollywood Christmas parade, the 4th of July Huntington Beach parade and Mother Goose parade of Elcajon Ca.  

The team performs drill yearly at their hometown event, Day of The Cowboy, along with performances at local rodeos, horse shows, fairs and charity events. 

 

Victorian Roses

The Victorian Roses Ladies Riding Society is a 501c3 educational history organization founded in 2008 in San Diego, CA. Created by three original members who were looking for a period-accurate, upscale, equine re-enactment group, there are now over two dozen members who appear in several Southern California parades including the internationally televised Tournament of Roses Parade. The group also performs in exhibits such as Night of the Horse and Equestfest and can be seen at many local events throughout the year.

Members are well versed in historical costuming as well as being avid equestrians in both riding and driving. All the “costumes” are custom made, one-of-a-kind originals and are designed and sewn by the members. The mission of the Victorian Roses is to present living history and to educate the public on aspects of the Victorian Era, specifically the 1880’s.

Website: http://www.victorianroses.org