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Wallis Buckner, as Wednesday Addams, with her horse Peach, as Cousin Itt, won the Best Horse and Rider award in Trancas Riders and Ropers’ annual Shrimp Show Sunday, Oct. 21. Photos by Suzy Demeter/22nd Century Media
Chaplain Brown and her horse, dressed up as Seabiscuit, circle the ring Sunday, Oct. 21, at the Trancas Riders and Ropers’ annual Shrimp Show.
Lea Gerber’s horse is adorned with spiders as part of the duo’s costume.
Roux Sanders, 8, dressed as the Princess Bride for this year's Shrimp Show.
Alice Oswalt, dressed as a ladybug, competes in the costume contest at the Shrimp Show.
Bianca Gerber (left) and Lea Gerber pose before the show.
Alice Oswalt works on costume preparations before the show.
Robert Carradine poses with his 8-year-old granddaughter Chaplin Brown, who dressed as Seabiscuit.
Three-year-old Max Brown, dressed as a Malibu firefighter, poses pre-show with his pony, Little Joe.
Aunjanue Flanigan (right), who won “Scariest Costume” as a Dark Angel, is pictured with her mother, Dina Flanigan.
Harper Seashols, as Ariel, poses by her horse, Ginger, before the show.
Ella Hemsworth (front) and Holly Hemsworth rode as tandem ghosts.
Willow Brown dressed as a pirate fairy.
Edie Walker rides as Pippi Longstocking.
London Runyan, who won in the Cutest category, checks out the award.
Barbara Burke, Freelance Reporter
11:36 am PDT October 23, 2018
In 1952, very few people lived in Malibu, then a beachside bastion for ranchers, surfers and actors. Malibu Canyon Road opened that year. So did, by all accounts, the Shrimp Show, a traditional equestrian event hosted by the Trancas Riders and Ropers.