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Equestrian Committee of Managua announces parade this 1st. and August 10

This year the traditional festivities of Managua will have their Equestrian Parade, to be held on August 1st and 10th, in which between 3,000 and 5,000 riders will participate, in addition, the floats and platforms of different commercial companies, as announced at a conference the organizers of the Equestrian Committee, on the morning of this Thursday, July 28, in the auditorium of the Japan-Nicaragua Park.

“The Managua festivities are a national reference, because they come from all departments, it is our responsibility to work in coordination with the different institutions involved and we have had many meetings exchanging and contributing to provide security to families, so that they can attend with great peace of mind, we have a series of contests, in addition to the Fiestas de Managua, with the traditional tour of Santo Domingo, Patron Saint of the Managuas that have been historic, so Viva Managua”, shared the Mayor and Steward of the Fiestas, Reyna Rueda Alvarado.

Reynaldo Largaespada, President of the Association of Horsemen of Managua announced that the parade will begin with the horsemen at 3:00 in the afternoon, on Avenida Bolívar, passing through the Hugo Chávez roundabout, the Ministry of the Interior, the south side of the Laguna de Tiscapa, until reaching the El Güegüense roundabout and ending at the El Periodista roundabout, later they move to the Holiday Inn Hotel, where the great gathering will be held and the delivery of recognition to the riders.

"Inform the population that the people of Managua are ready for this great parade, of this long-awaited Traditional Festival, thank the organizing committee for the great support we have had for this organization, we intend to give them the best show, like every year," added Largaespada .

The organizing committee is made up of the Managua Citizen Power Mayor's Office, the National Police, Firefighters, INTUR and the Managua Horsemen's Association, who invited Nicaraguan families to enjoy this event.

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