Horsemen To End 1,200-Mile Ride Over Old Spanish Trail With Colorful Welcoming Ceremony At Santa Fe’s Palace Of Governors • I am New Mexico

Horsemen To End 1,200-Mile Ride Over Old Spanish Trail With Colorful Welcoming Ceremony At Santa Fe’s Palace Of Governors

Sept. 16 Event Helps Kick Off The All Trails Lead To Santa Fe Conference.

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SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO, September 14, 2015: MEDIA ADVISORY

What: Welcome ceremony for mounted backcountry horsemen with mules, who arrive in Santa Fe
at end of 1,200 mile ride along route of 19th Century Old Spanish National Historic Trail.

Riders left from Los Angeles, California, and crossed six states. Ceremony helps kick off the All Trails Lead To Santa Fe conference, taking place in Santa Fe Sept. 16 through 19. Conference information available at http://www.3trailsconferencesantafe.org.

Where: 105 W. Palace Avenue, in front of Palace Of The Governors, Santa Fe

When: 3:00 PM, Wednesday, Sept. 16, 2015

Visuals: Arrival of horsemen, greeted by Santa Fe officials, a street crowd and Presidio soldiers in 19th-century costume.

Interviews: Speak with Richard Waller, “Trail Boss” of the Old Spanish Trail Ride and officials of the All Trails conference.


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