Miniature Horse Parades
Click here to see the 2012 Fiesta Bowl parade with I AM One More Miracle LR
Click here to see our fun time in the 2011 Fiesta Bowl parade!
Click here to see Susan and her 'lil cowgirl ride through the Fiesta Bowl Parade 2011
This video shows us practicing with the Clown Circus Wagon for the 2010 Fiesta Bowl Parade
Fiesta Bowl Parade 2010 with our team pulling the antique Clown Wagon
Just how do we get those umbrellas on the carts? Click here to find out.Happy Day Parade 2010!!!
***Our Christmas Miniature Horse Light Parade in 2007
Click To Play Our Miniature Horse Light Parade in 2008
Click here to enjoy the minis in the HUGE Phoenix Electric Light Parade 2010
Click here to see the Miniatures used during Christmas Caroling in 2011
There was a recent parade tragedy where 2 big horses ran away after their bridles slipped off during the parade. Using a gullet strap can prevent the bridle from slipping off accidentally. It works by keeping the throat latch down--and if the throatlatch cannot pull upwards then the crown piece won't get enough slack in it to slip off over the ears. Without the gullet strap the crown pulls forward, the throatlatch lifts up, and then the crown can slip that much more forward & off over the ears. If I were driving a pair I guess I would be likely to use gullet straps, just because there is that possibility that one horse could rub the bridle off the other