Behind the scenes with the CAPS Media trucks and crew creating a live TV broadcast of the Ventura County Fair Parade.
16 seconds of electronica beats paired with midway lights distilled from the Ventura County Fair. 16 seconds of electronica beats paired with midway lights distilled from the Ventura County Fair.
Jim Rochford talks about the horse shows at the Ventura County Fair. He touches upon the Friesian Horse Show, the Draft and Carriage Show, Drill Teams, Western Shows, English Shows, Cattle Sorting, Team Roping and especially the Light Draft –
Bart Noll talks about his All-Alaskan Racing Pigs show, which has been touring the Western United States since the late1980’s. The All-Alaskan Racing Pigs are a team of flat-track racing and hurdling pigs, whose antics, combined with Bart’s entertaining narration,
Sarah Bobardt discusses caring for rabbits and what the American Rabbit Breeders Association judges are looking for in rabbit competitions.
“Uncle Leo,” who started Uncle Leo’s Barn, speaks with his son, Charles Vanoni, about their Ventura County Fair exhibit and how kids of all ages can connect with agriculture and farm animals. The Kids’ Tractor Pull is a favorite place
Peter Noah, co-owner of Butterfly Adventures with his wife Lisa, talks about butterflies within their hands-on exhibit at the Ventura County Fair.
Toymaker, Gene West, speaks about his passion for making wooden toys that are exhibited at the Ventura County Fair.
Heather Harper talks about the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area from an exhibit at the Ventura County Fair.
The Ventura Raceway is owned and operated by Jim Naylor, who considers himself a “custodian” of the legacy that he is nurturing for Ventura County and the racing community. The Ventura Raceway is located within the Ventura County Fairgrounds, adjacent