The palomino horse was coined as "the living symbol of Old Spanish Days fiesta" in an August 3, 1941 News-Press article. These fair-maned horses were garbed in silver and paraded down State Street in the earliest Fiestas, and visitors still enjoy their beauty today.
Pearl Chase Collection, Presidio Research Center, Santa Barbara Trust for Historic Preservation, Santa Barbara, California
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