Horses, trainers prepare to participate in inaugural parade
Horses and their trainers speak about the honor of participating in the inaugural parade.
who are preparing for a potential invitation to G O and participate in the virtual parade for the inauguration for President Biden. We've been preparing since early October, but it's been something that one of the big reasons I came to cover was because of this parade. This could be the 18th inauguration that will be a part of. It has been something since Woodrow Wilson, 1913. Jacob and his twin brothers, Matthew and William, are hoping to make their hometown of Granger proud by representing them in this year's parade. Being able to do this parade with all three of them is just a great honor, and I'm sure our parents are really proud. And while the tradition looks a little different this year, the virtual parade is just a special and making history. It's a very unique honor because it's never been done before, and we're going to be the first people to do this, and just being there and being in particle parade that's so meaningful is so important to all of those years. And the Grand Brothers aren't the only ones making machine a proud. I'm actually really excited to represent that harbor because one of the only color students from there, so it's actually really cool for me to be able to explain it. Celeste is on a short list of women who have been a part of the historic trot. It's really exciting for us to be in it to be boys and not separated like me be a normal grades.