Night of the Horse

Saturday, April 20 at 7:00PM

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Fun for the Whole Family

Presented by: Mary’s Tack & Feed

The Wild, Wild West!  Presented by Mary’s Tack and Feed, the 2019 Night of the Horse, is an action-packed western adventure from start to finish.

You’ll see: Mexican revolutionaries, Pancho Villa and Emiliano Zapata and the courageous women who fought beside them.  A reproduction of the legendary Concord Stage Coach that forever changed travel across the west.  You’ll cheer as Cowboys and cowgirls challenge each other with games of skill and daring feats.

Plus, a never-before seen in the Del Mar arena, fast and hard-riding, 36-member drill team performance!

Don’t miss it!

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The Wild, Wild West!  Presented by Mary’s Tack and Feed, the 2019 Night of the Horse, is an action-packed western adventure from start to finish.

You’ll see: Mexican revolutionaries, Pancho Villa and Emiliano Zapata and the courageous women who fought beside them to free Mexico from Spanish domination.  A reproduction of the legendary Concord Stage Coach that forever changed travel across the west.  You’ll cheer as Cowboys and cowgirls challenge each other with games of skill and daring feats.

Plus, a never-before seen in the Del Mar arena, fast and hard-riding, 36-member drill team performance!

Don’t miss it!

Get Tickets

The Entertainment

Tomás Garcilazo

Four-time winner of the prestigious Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association Dress Act of the Year award, Tomás is simply one of the finest Charros in the world.  Tomás will star in a Mexican Revolution reenactment with master classical horseman, Felix Santana.

The production features a cast of accomplished horsemen and women, professional dancers, musicians and outstanding horses. Justine Garcilazo is the choreographer and performs alongside her husband Tomás, and six-year-old son Luis, on his pony.

The Riata Ranch Cowboy Girls

Look out for these ladies!  The Riata Ranch Cowboy Girls are among the finest, fastest and most accomplished horsewomen in the world.

The girls have performed in 21 countries on five continents.  They received the 2010 Cowboy Culture Award and named America’s Goodwill Ambassadors on horseback in the 1986 Congressional Record.

In 2012, they were among the top performing artists and horsewomen selected to perform at Windsor Castle for the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth Il.  They will awe you at Night of the Horse with their dare devil trick riding and entertaining roping performances!

The Riata Ranch Cowboy Girls

Look out for these ladies!  The Riata Ranch Cowboy Girls are among the finest, fastest and most accomplished horsewomen in the world.

The girls have performed in 21 countries on five continents.  They received the 2010 Cowboy Culture Award and named America’s Goodwill Ambassadors on horseback in the 1986 Congressional Record.

In 2012, they were among the top performing artists and horsewomen selected to perform at Windsor Castle for the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth Il.  They will awe you at Night of the Horse with their dare devil trick riding and entertaining roping performances!

The California Cowgirls Drill Team

Reining Grand National Rodeo Champions and 10-time California State Champions, the California Cowgirls Drill Team will blow you away.

The team was honored to have been the only drill team invited to perform at the 2010 FEI Alltech World Equestrian Games in Lexington, Kentucky.

These riders are daring, fast, colorful and patriotic to the core.

Blue Shadows Drill Team

The Blue Shadows Drill Team are a highly accomplished group of young riders, between the ages of 12 & 19 who train and ride in the true Mounted Cavalry tradition.

All are members of the Junior Advanced Team (JAT) and are 11-time winners of the California State Grand National Championship.

Along with the California Cowgirls, Blue Shadows riders will present a never-before-seen in the Del Mar arena, 36-member, fast and furious precision drill.

Blue Shadows Drill Team

The Blue Shadows Drill Team are a highly accomplished group of young riders, between the ages of 12 & 19 who train and ride in the true Mounted Cavalry tradition.

All are members of the Junior Advanced Team (JAT) and are 11-time winners of the California State Grand National Championship.

Along with the California Cowgirls, Blue Shadows riders will present a never-before-seen in the Del Mar arena, 36-member, fast and furious precision drill.

Spencer Rose

A member of the highly acclaimed Riata Ranch Cowboy Girls for eight years, Spencer starred in the acclaimed touring show Cavalia, as a trick roper and Roman rider. For two years she was Cavalia’s head trainer of horses used in the show’s Roman Riding performances.

Spencer recently studied with one of Cavalia’s legendary stars, Sylvia Zerbini, to perfect the art of liberty training.

Spencer will be performing individually and reuniting with her friends from Riata Ranch at Night of the Horse.

The Victorian Roses Ladies Riding Society

The Victorian Roses will bring you back to the elegant Victorian era of the 1880s.  These ladies design and make their own historically accurate, colorful outfits symbolizing the romance of the time.  Their immaculately turned out horses and carriages are all adorned in beautiful roses.

They ride in many events and parades throughout Southern California, including the Tournament of Rose Parade.  This lovely group unite to support charity and have raised and donated over $40,000 to local horse rescue groups.

The Victorian Roses Ladies Riding Society

The Victorian Roses will bring you back to the elegant Victorian era of the 1880s.  These ladies design and make their own historically accurate, colorful outfits symbolizing the romance of the time.  Their immaculately turned out horses and carriages are all adorned in beautiful roses.

They ride in many events and parades throughout Southern California, including the Tournament of Rose Parade.  This lovely group unite to support charity and have raised and donated over $40,000 to local horse rescue groups.

Harris Stagelines

The Concord Coach transformed western travel in 1827.  Coaches were tall and wide, custom made and weighed 2,500 pounds each.  The large fitted wheels had spokes long enough to get through the mud and rutted roads of the young Republic

Tom & Debby Harris present The Ballad of the Concord Stage Coach, a lively reenactment of the vehicle Mark Twain described as, “an imposing cradle on wheels.”

Tom Harris drives his reproduction Concord Stage Coach pulled by a stunning 4-up hitch of black, crossbred horses.

Rider Kiesner

Making his first appearance at Night of the Horse, Rider Kiesner is a master at artistic western roping, gun spinning and whip cracking.  He is a 4-time World Champion Trick Roper, 2-time World Champion Gun Slinger, 5-time Wrangler National Finals winner, 5-times PRCA Dress Act of the Year nominee, and winner of the Ram National Circuit Finals and the Ram Prairie Circuit Finals.

Rider Kiesner

Making his first appearance at Night of the Horse, Rider Kiesner is a master at artistic western roping, gun spinning and whip cracking.  He is a 4-time World Champion Trick Roper, 2-time World Champion Gun Slinger, 5-time Wrangler National Finals winner, 5-times PRCA Dress Act of the Year nominee, and winner of the Ram National Circuit Finals and the Ram Prairie Circuit Finals.

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