Sparks Equestrian 7-29-1932
DANCING HORSES Mis, Marion Shuford. pictured. above on "Kentucky Lass," one 'Of the thirty dancing thoroughbreds coming when with DownleBros. Circus j f ormances n j t . the circus lot Saturday. Thirty of the blue grass state's roost perfect thoroughbreds were selected to present this 1D32 circus innovation offered by Manager Charles Sparks as an added attraction. In order to pick these horses it was necessary for trainer Merrit Belew to try some 200 Worses before the required thirty were picked. Miss Shuford with her sterling steed offers a special dance number that is entirely new. There are over 500 performers included in the cast of the circus program and some of the outstand- ing names in circusdom are among them. The Hanneford Family, famous bare-back riders: the famous Morales Family from Mexico and a personal appearance at each performance of Buck Owens, cowboy star of the m'ovies, with his Hollywood assembly of western stars. The street parade will leave th» circus lot at 11:45 A. M., and Bros. Circus is said to be i tn . e largest circus in the world that still retains this feature.