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FOCUS ON Community: TEMECULA


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from horsetrader staff


EMECULA—If all goes as planned, a group of horsewomen next Jan. 1


will ride together down Colorado Blvd. in the 131st Tournament of Roses Parade—the culmination of talent, commitment and team- work. The journey won’t end with the 5.5-mile route, though, because there’s a purpose beyond the campaign: promoting equestrian and rural lifestyles in their community. The Temecula Cowgirl Color


Guard Team members recognize how special their slice of south Riverside County is, and they want to keep it. The teamwork that makes a color guard special


can also enhance a communi- ty—improving communication, cementing relationships and coordinating efforts that lead to good things. The theme of the 2020 Rose


Parade, “The Power of Hope”, is perfect for the group, which hopes that its efforts and exam- ple of community stewardship inspires future generations to pick up the reins in their turn. Of course, parades have their


awards, too, and the Temecula Cowgirl Color Guard’s discipline, style and atention to detail has led to top honors in several of them, most recently at this years Swallows Day Parade in San Juan Capistrano


Horsewomen of Temecula Wine Country are pooling passion, talents to bring together their community—and ride down the Rose Parade in January


“Our approach is,


‘We’re in it to win it!’,” says Juanita Koth, the Parade Team Captain who credits a remarkable group of riders and support crew for this chance to represent Temecula in the Rose Parade. “We’re not a rodeo drill team,”


she explains. “We do do drills, but we’re more a color guard for parades and small events. This community has some remark- able women, and all have a story—and the stories include horses.” Next year marks the 100th


anniversary of the 19th amend- ment that gave women in the U.S.


the right to vote, and the suffrag- etes of 1920 would have cheered the team that runs Temecula today. The city’s fire chief (Jodie Gray), police chief (Lisa McConnell) and the commander of the California Highway Patrol (Karyn Mentink) are all women. They also are key figures in both the Cowgirl Color Guard Team and the preservation of the community's equestrian lifestyle, as are three-time mayor and current city councilmember Maryann Edwards and National Cowgirl Hall of Fame inductee


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