Red Horse brings Native American culture to Moama

Culture: Red Horse Rivera will perform at the Rich River Golf Club on August 20.

Proud Native American Red Horse Rivera will perform a two-hour show at Rich River Golf Club on August 20.

Descended from the Mescalero Apache Nation in the Southwestern United States, Red Horse will perform cultural dances, songs and drums, tell stories and talk about historical events of his people and traditions.

“I’ve never played in the Echuca Moama area,” Red Horse said.

“This is a unique and very special event.”

The show will be presented in traditional costumes, with handmade beading, feathering and leather work, all designed and created by Red Horse’s wife, Natalia.

Red Horse said that towards the end of the show, the audience would be invited to join in an interactive dance.

“It’s a very exciting Native American cultural experience,” he said.

“The clothes I will wear are traditional regalia that are beaded with traditional lazy stitch beads.

“This full outfit took many hours and many of the pieces are very intricate. All pieces are handmade.

Red Horse will have a booth at Mystic Fair the next day at the Rich River Golf Club, selling Native American medicine, jewelry, its “Little Big Heart” CD, and many other Native American merchandise.

“I will work with people who will eliminate emotional and physical pain,” he said.

“Healings are free with the purchase of a healing bracelet.

“I will also remove people’s negative attachments, which is free when a protection amulet is purchased.

“I have the chance to make the healing bracelets and the protection amulets with the help of the spirit.”

Tickets for “An Intimate Performance with Red Horse” at Rich River Golf Club are available online at and Red Horse will also be at ‘Mystic Fair’ on August 21.

For more information on Red Horse and Native American productions, visit

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