Marshal: Jerry Brown
Jerry Brown, his wife Colleen, and their Daughter Lori riding their white Arabians, Moonlight on Silver Sands, Sultan, and retired Arabian race horse Juan for the Money.
Updated on: 11/17/2012 6:25:59 PM
Leading the Ramona Pageant this year is the group’s Marshall Jerry Brown, his wife Colleen, and their Daughter Lori along with Ramona, Alessandro, the Senora and Juan Canito riding in the carriage. They are surrounded by the Ramona Pageant Spanish Dancers and Native American Dancers followed by the Ramona Pageant Cowboys.
The Ramona Pageant is the Official California State Outdoor Play and our Nation's longest running outdoor drama, it is performed every April in Hemet, California. 2013 celebrates the 90th season of the Ramona Pageant.
Their outfits are inspired by the horse men and women, Native Americans and Spanish land owners of 1850's California.
The carriage is a burgundy and black vis-à-vis pulled by 2 white Perch Ron Quarter Horse Crosses provided by G and F carriages and decorated with dozens of real flowers.
Ramona Bowl Amphitheatre, home of the Ramona Pageant.
The Ramona Pageant is celebrating it's 90th season in 2013. It is performed every April in Hemet, California by a cast and crew of over 600 volunteers from the community.
Spanish Riders-Jerry & Colleen Brown and daughter, Lori Brown Smith. Ramona Pageant Cowboys-Dan Ferguson, Rick Hodson, Steven Hoadley, Eric Cervantes, Ray Munoz, Michael Thomas, Danny Sullivan, Jesse Necochea, Steve Silkotch, Jr., Gregg Wilder, brothers Bill & J.R. Hull and a grandfather & grandson duo, Chris and Clint Summers.
The Ramona Pageant Spanish Riders and Cowboys are an all volunteer group who along with over 600 other volunteers come together every year to produce the Ramona Pageant in Hemet, CA, now celebrating our 90th season.
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