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22 HORSE BOARDING • RAMONA, CA 23970 E. Old Julian Highway (Photo ©Shoot From The Hoof) PEACEFUL ENVIRONMENT • FAMILY ATMOSPHERE


• Two Arenas • Two Round Pens • 24’ x 24’ Covered Pipe Corrals • Stalls Cleaned Twice Daily/ 7 Days a Week


• Irrigated Turnout Pastures • Personal Tack Rooms • Pasture Riding with Trails


BOARDING · TRAINING LESSONS


903-316-8770


30+ Years Experience Western & English Colt Starting


ranch also welcomes indepen- dent boarders who enjoy both competitive and recreational riding on adjacent trails. Box stalls and in-and-out pens, along with three arenas, a large round pen, tie and wash racks, and a comfortable lounge are all beautifully maintained and landscaped to provide a com- fortable and atractive stable. Adjoining Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino, and Riverside counties, Rancho de Felicidad’s freeway-easy location make it a popular boarding choice for busy equestrians. See ad on page 24.


San Pasqual Valley Ranch 2460 Cloverdale Rd. • Escondido, CA 92029


(760) 743-2377 • CallSPVR.com


BOARDING


western and English disciplines, his skills and natural ability to teach and train, have brought his clients great successes both in the show ring and on the trail. The sprawling ranch offers a peaceful environment and family atmosphere. The facility includes two arenas, two round pens, 24x24’ covered pipe corrals, irri- gated turnout pastures, personal tack rooms, pasture riding with trails, and plenty of parking. See ad on page 22.


Vista del Mar Ranch 8567 Happy Camp Rd. • Moorpark, CA 93021


(805) 523-0523 • VistaDelMarRanch.com


Located on 28 acres in north-


Board & Care with a Variety of Stabling Options


Home of Regal Equestrian Dressage,


Robele Farm Training, Rushton Stables LA, and Willow Crest Dressage


818-899-4059 or 267-252-7621 courtshipranch@hotmail.com • www.courtshipranch.com


ern San Diego County, SPVR is nestled in the foothills of the San Pasqual Valley, offering boarding and training facilities for both western and English riders. The ranch’s western facilities include a rodeo arena, arena with catle access, sand and sorting arenas (all lighted) and many other ame- nities. The ranch’s English facili- ties include two lighted jumping arenas in a gorgeous seting. The ranch is professionally maintained and groomed with modern, state-of-the-art equip- ment—for the horse and rider, that means perfect footing for riding and competing! There’s direct access to miles of comfort- able and scenic riding trails. See ad on page 23.


Tony Smith’s Equine


Boarding & Training 23970 E. Old Julian Highway Ramona, CA 92065 (903) 316-8770 cell


With over 30 years’ experi- ence in training, Tony Smith has returned to California to manage a professionally run boarding and training facility in the San Diego county community of Ramona. Experienced in both


Vista del Mar Ranch is a full-service boarding and train- ing facility located less than two miles north of the city limits of Moorpark. The ranch is the only boarding facility that has direct access to Happy Camp Canyon Regional Park. The park boasts amazing views of the ocean, the Channel Islands, as well as the surrounding moun- tains. Vista del Mar Ranch’s immaculate facility offers three types of accommodations for your horse. Main Barn: 12x12’ stalls with 12x24’ runs, state- of-the-art fly system, automatic waterers, lights and premium bedding keep the horses relaxed & comfortable. Mare Motels: 16x24’ partially covered stalls; stall bedding is washed sand. Pastures: 2 large one-acre-plus pastures. The ranch also offers two large arenas with lights and an automatic watering system, a 50-ſt round pen and six large turnouts. Cool onshore breezes keep this area very comfortable. See ad on page 24.


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