The parade was filled with beautiful girls in exquisite outfits and their wonderful horses.
Rex Allen Days Rodeo Queen
Lacy J. Dalton
Cowboys! There were lots of folks dressed for the occasion and looking the part. It harkens you back to a time when the west was not as tame as it is today.
These look like fun and the kids love them.
It's always fun for the children to see the cars, carts ,wagons, and other modes of transportation.
Douglas Arizona Marching Band.
Cowgirls Historical Foundation.
As you can see it was very cold and it had rained just prior to the parade.
Arizona Ranger and a beautiful partner.
Lots and lots of horses!
Lee Anderson and his horse "Dusty"
Lost Dutchman Days Queen
Cowboys and Cowgirls.
The littlest one.
Senoita Rodeo Queen.
Senoita Rodeo Princess.
Gunfight in the street. These gunfights are regular fair on the street in front of a local store on Railroad Ave.
Cowgirls Heritage Foundation.