Includes The Peruvian Paso Horse Show

 ​Temecula's County Fair 2016! 

Thank You For Coming, See You Next Year! 

Ricardo Breceda Metal Sculptor 

Friday 12pm-10pm

Sat-Mon 11:30am-10pm



Valley News Press Release

By Tony Ault on February 27, 2016

Ricardo Breceda noted metal sculptor and designer from Aguanga will be bringing some of his life-sized sheet metal sculptures to the upcoming Temecula Valley Fair presented by Temecula Valley Toyota March 18-21 at Galway Downs.

Breceda’s sheet metal sculptures of horses, dinosaurs and mountain goats are well-known to visitors and residents of Temecula Valley that once decorated the foothills on Highway 79 coming into the valley. He recently re-opened his sculpture garden in Aguanga.

“I am going to have some of my dinosaurs for sure,” said Breceda, “I want them to be there (at the fair) so they can take pictures with them and their families. We want people to come to the fair from all over.”

Breceda said he may make some new creations just for the fair as well.

Breceda said his horse creations, once seen perched atop the hills along Highway 79 south, are especially appropriate for the equestrians who frequent the park.

The Temecula Valley Fair was held at Lake Skinner last year and drew thousands of visitors. This year, the fair will be held at Galway Downs and the events will include 4H Club competitions, equestrians, a balloon glow, butterfly exhibit, car show, cirque adventure, family and children fun games, competitions, concerts, pig races and the always popular Stunt Dogs U.S.A.

Included in the price of admission this year is the Peruvian Paso Horse Show. Fairgoers can enjoy a unique opportunity to view these beautiful horses at the fair. With their thick mane and forelock and small, tipped ears, the beauty and grace of the Peruvian is legendary. Viewing of the Peruvian Paso Horse show will take place Saturday, March 19 and Sunday, March 20, between 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. the Peruvian Paso Horse Show is sponsored by the Mission Trails Peruvian Horse Club.

Pony rides and equestrian trail rides will also be available to fairgoers.

Temecula Valley Fair helps to raise awareness and funding for local equestrian nonprofit organizations. Visit their booths, learn how you can help or make a donation at any of the fundraising locations throughout the fairgrounds.

To learn more about Ricardo Breceda works call (951) 236-5896 or look on his