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BOARDING


BOARDING AVAILABLE


The Huntington Central Park Equestrian Center (HCPEC) is situated on 25 acres of beautiful, sea- breezed land in Orange County, California, just two miles from the beach. Home to nearly 400 horses, with multiple trainers and arenas, annual horse shows in several disciplines, a wedding venue, and more than 150 acres of public trails, we are one of Southern California’s premier equestrian facilities. We invite you to look around our website, then call or visit us for more information.


RATES Starting at $535


Includes Hay Cubes & Twice Daily Feedings • Auto Waterers • 9 Arenas, 3 Lighted • Dressage Court • Premium Footing • 6 Turnouts, 3 Round • Bull Pen • Hot walker • Lighted Aisles • Lighted Parking • 2 Miles to the Ocean • 6 am – 10 pm Daily


TRAINERS WESTERN


Rick Baer Training Stables Fohrman Performance Horses Horse Play Rentals MNR Western Training Epona Guide


All About Horses OC ENGLISH


All About Horses OC Elvenstar Orange County Silverwood Stable South Shore Farms Windsong Farm


DRESSAGE


Andy Fleischhacker Carol Robertson Dressage


THERAPEUTIC Therapeutic Riding Center Horse Nation Foundation


NEW ONLINE BOARDER’S PORTAL:


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18381 Goldenwest Street • Huntington Beach, CA 714-848-6565 www.hcpec.com


Ranch, which has been a continuous boarding operation since the 1970s, is conveniently near the Angeles National forest and Hansen Dam trails. The ranch has over 80 stalls, six-plus turnouts, and three lighted arenas with commercial footing. Multiple turnouts, groom- ing, tack, and wash rack are located around the property providing a calm, spacious feeling. Half- and full-covered pipe and box stalls are off ered. Courtship Ranch welcomes all riding styles and has trainers who specialize in dressage, natural horsemanship, quadrille, hunt seat, western, equitation, and trail riding. See page 25.


Deer Springs Equestrian


Center 2333 North Twin Oaks Valley Rd., San Marcos (760) 744-9600


DeerSpringsEquestrian.com Located in the beautiful eques-


trian area of the Twin Oaks Valley, Deer Springs Equestrian Center combines remarkable natural advantages (convenient location, climate, trail access) along with facilities and ameni- ties that make it truly special. It is a spacious facility where all 24’x24’ pipe stalls have ample room in-between, so horses do not have direct contact, ensur- ing a calmer environment for each horse. Barn stalls have in-and-outs and rubber mats for horse comfort. There are seven diff erent arenas, including one of the nicest covered, lighted arenas in Southern California. Deer Springs can accommodate the needs of trainers and recreational riders all year long. There is a small track, round pen, two large turnout arenas, and a nice net- work of trails nearby. For your convenience, Deer Springs Feed & Supply is on the premises, providing all your horse and animal feeds and supplies. What sets this facility apart is its caring staff , man- aged by experienced professionals with a commitment to the best care of your horses. You’ll also fi nd an array of professional trainers on-site for lessons and training in Western, English, Dressage, and Saddlebreds. See page 21.


Deer Springs Equestrian Center Huntington Central Park


Equestrian Center 18381 Goldenwest St., Huntington Beach (714) 848-6565 • hcpec.com


The Huntington Central Park


Equestrian Center (HCPEC) is situated on 25 acres of beauti- ful, sea-breezed land in Orange County, just two miles from the beach. It is home to nearly 400 horses, with multiple trainers and arenas, annual horse shows in several disciplines, a wedding venue, and more than 150 acres of public trails, making it one of Southern California’s premier


Huntington Central Park Equestrian Center


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