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Here is Tucson High School, the Rodeo Parade Marshals, a stage coach, horseback riders, and the last part of the parade ~ the clean up trucks.

The Tucson Rodeo Parade Marshals are a volunteer group. Without them, there would be no parade. My huge thank you to you all.

That’s the end of the parade. I can’t wait till next year!

Here is the entire rodeo on my youtube if you’d like to view it.

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Vintage Firefighters, Chinese dragon dancing, horses, a lady bull rider, carriages, the US Mormon Battalion, local businesses, bands, and more beautifully costumed horseback riders are in this section of the rodeo parade.

Here is the entire rodeo on my youtube if you’d like to view it.

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Part 6 of my rodeo parade series has pictures of Native American Indian tribes, rodeo beauty queens, horse drawn wagons and carriages, local businesses carriages and local organizations here in southern Arizona.

Here is the entire rodeo on my youtube if you’d like to view it.

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This part has rodeo beauties, horses, carriages, Arizona Rangers, cheerleaders, marching bands and businesses here in Tucson.

Here is the entire rodeo on my youtube if you’d like to view it.

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In this segment you will see Park Rangers, Smokey the Bear, the Rodeo Queen, Clifford the Dog, marching bands, and beautiful horses.

Here is the entire rodeo on my youtube if you’d like to view it.

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The rodeo continues! More horses, more marching bands, more horse drawn carriages and stage coaches.

Here is the entire rodeo on my youtube if you’d like to view it.

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Businesses and organizations from all over Southern Arizona had wagon ‘floats’, horse drawn carriages and were on horseback. Here is part 2 of my parade pictures.

Here is the entire rodeo on my youtube if you’d like to view it.

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