Another year of ‘Cowboys and Carousels’; review of Santa Barbara County Fair

Another year has passed. Waiting for the whole year. This weekend, the Santa Barbara County Fair ended in the Santa Maria Fairpark, followed by rides, concerts, exhibits and food that will be launched outside the city for a year. Remember what this is with these shots we took across the exhibition: the 2018 Santa Barbara County Fair, the “Cowboys and Carousels” version.

Nipomo’s 21-month-old Hector Rosas welcomed a performer who entered the Fairpark on the opening day of the Santa Barbara County Fair on Wednesday.

In April, Esme Rico and her daughter Anaise rode camels on the opening day of the Santa Barbara County Fair.

On the opening day of the Santa Barbara County Fair on Wednesday, carnival drivers lined up to buy wristbands and tickets.

On the opening day of the Santa Barbara County Fair on Wednesday, the riders flew in shock.

Young participants showed off their animal handling skills during the Pee Wee Showmanship competition at the Santa Barbara County Fair on Wednesday.

Madison Gramespacher, 5, presents her goat ruby at the Santa Maria Fairpark during the Pee Wee Showmanship competition at the Santa Barbara County Fair.

Sarah Lenchner of the Santa Ynez 4-H Club showed her reluctant goats during the costume competition during the Christmas Barbara County Fair.

The audience watched the judgement at the Santa Barbara County Fair on Wednesday during the market guidance period of the county fair.

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