NAMPA -- It was good ole fashioned fun Saturday at the Snake River Stampede Rodeo Parade. Hundreds gathered on the streets of downtown Nampa for the event.
You wouldn't see more horses in one place than the parade because it's one of the largest all horse-drawn parades in the nation, with riding clubs from all over the Northwest participating.
The parade is where all the rodeo princesses and queens show off their horses and their crowns before the big event, which is July 17-21.
"We love horses," said Levi Lebaron, who watched the parade. "It's just really cool that we get to see horses in a parade."
Nampa Police and many volunteers helped to reroute traffic for the parade.
The Snake River Stampede Rodeo Parade dates back to the early 1920s.