One of the most popular Cheyenne Frontier days events is the Grand Parade.

You'll see floats, marching bands, antique carriages, automobiles and horses with riders in period dress. Lots and Lots of horses. Horses carry rodeo queens, cowboys and cowgirls as well as elected officials. You will also see teams of beautiful horses pulling wagons was a common sight.

There are three more parades on Tuesday July 22, Thursday 24 and Saturday 26, 2014, in downtown Cheyenne. The parades step off at 9 a.m.

The route starts at the Capitol at East 24th Street and Capitol Avenue, heads south to 18th Street and then east to Central Avenue to Lincolnway, it turns west to Carey Blvd and then ends at East 24th Street.