eLivermore.com - By Bill Nale


Livermore Rodeo Parade 2022
2022 page 8 of 17

Back to: Home Page  -  Main Photos Page  -  Events Photos Main Page -  Rodeo Parade Page  -  2020 Parade Page

More Parade Photos:

Historical Parade Photos
Late 1800s through 1953

Rodeo Photos
On Web Pages: 2004 - 2007 - 2009 - 2010 - 2013
On the photo site at Full Res (2013, 2016, 2018)

Parade Photos by year:
2001 - 2002 - 2003 - 2004 - 2005 - 2006 - 2007 - 2008 - 2009 - 2010 - 2011 - 2012 - 2013 - 2014 - 2015 - 2016 - 2017 - 2018 - 2019 -  - 2020 - 2021 - 2022
Full Resolution photos on photo sharing site back through 2007 available here.  Download photos for free.

2022 Parade - Index to Entries (on 2022 Parade Page)
Page 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 - 7 - 8 - 9 - 10 - 11 - 12 - 13 - 14 - 15 - 16 - 17

Next Page -->

All of the photos contained on these web pages are also available at my photo sharing site at:
On the photo sharing site they are at full resolution (suitable for making prints), and may be downloaded for free.

I may have additional photos of your entry.  Please contact me at webservant@elivermore.com.
All Photos by Bill Nale

Entries 34 - 38

#34 - Merced County Sheriff Posse
Equestrian Sweepstakes Award
Sheriff's Posse


The Merced County Sheriff Posse is an all Sterling Silver Mounted Group that was organized in 1948. This year they were selected to ride in the Rose Parade in Pasadena! The Posse took 123 Palominos to this spectacular parade. They're happy to be back on the parade route and see everyone's smiling faces!

Riding today is Captain Roger Gonsalves, 1st Lieutenant Richard Ellington, 2nd Lieutenant Laurette Locke, and trail master Eric Gonsalves.






#35 - Alameda County Cattlewomen
1st Place: Amateur Float

"Alameda County Cattlewomen” promotes BEEF a nutritious, healthy food product.

Riding on the float is President Ana Marciel and members of the Cattlewomen's unit.






#36 - EBRPD- Volunteer Trail Safety Patrol

The East Bay Regional Park District has over 125,000 acres of parkland throughout Alameda and Contra Costa Counties with 73 parks and growing, Today the Volunteer Trail Safety Patrol and the District’s Fire Department are in service! The Volunteers are non-sworn and serve as the District’s eyes and ears on foot, bike, horse, with dog, and even in Search-and-Rescue.






#37 - The Cavallo Cowgirls
1st Place: Mounted Group (Junior)

The Cavallo Cowgirls are an equestrian drill team from the central & Livermore valleys.

The team competes at rodeos and drill competitions throughout California and nearby states, and just came off a championship season in 2021.

The team most recently competed in the CSHA State Championship in Ceres, CA where they also took 1st place in the Juniors division as well.

The Cavallo Cowgirls are excited to be back at the Livermore Rodeo Parade this year to show off their horses and riders.






#38 - Aahmes Shriners-on-Parade
1st Place: Mounted Group (Senior)

(A)Here is the Shrine Mounted Patrol

The members of the Aahmes Shrine mounted patrol are riding matched Tobiano Paint Horses. Take special note of the silver saddles with green coronas.

The mounted patrol has been riding in parades, rodeos, and charity events for many years. This includes: the Rose Parade in Pasadena, The Grand Nationals at the Cow Palace, and at President Jimmy Carter's Inaugural Parade.

President of the mounted patrol this year is Tim Wilbur. The Riders are Tim Wilbur, Mark Campedell, Brian Ross, and Pat Quinn. Other members of the Mounted Patrol are walking with the riders.

(B) Aahmes Shrine Elective Divan: (Dye Van) These are the elected leaders for the Aahmes Shriners for this year. These men are dedicated to the support and running of the Shrine Center in Livermore. The Potentate or President this year is Sir Mike Cornell.
(C) Motorcycle Patrol:” We ride so a child may walk.” This is the motto that indicates the purpose and dedication of the Shriners Motorcycle Patrol. President this year is Steve Huddleston.
(D) Shriners Chuck Wagon: These groups of Shriners are the fine chefs or our Shrine Center right here in Livermore. They work hard preparing great dishes for the many functions Shriners perform in supporting the Shriners Hospitals. Purveyor General is Mark Finger














Next Page

Copyright 2022 eLivermore.com
For electronic copies of your parade entry (all entries were photographed) visit my photo sharing site or contact webservant@elivermore.com
There is no charge.