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THE NORCO EXPERIENCE


Boarding Stables


Bash’s


• Established in 1995 by Kevin and Brigitte Bash. • 3 Acres of grass and trees. • Beautiful, very clean, spacious, excellent reputation. • Large covered pens, stalls with large runs. • Grazing pasture, lighted arena and round pen. • Hot walker, tack room, wash racks, clean bathroom facility. • Stalls and paddocks cleaned daily.


www.BashBoardingStables.com 3678 Pedley Ave. • Norco, CA 92860


(951)768-8981 GOLD


Donna Chudzicki 951/734-2630


CalBRE #01017739 3221 Valley View Ave., Norco $499,900


Wonderful single- story ranch style 3BR/2BA home w/ corner brick fi replace, recessed lighting, tile fl ooring throughout, ceiling fans, dual pane windows, and shutters. Updated kitchen and master bath. Large covered patio in backyard and built in BBQ looking up toward outstanding horse facilities w/4 stall mare motel barn w/turnouts and breezeway. Shed/tack, hay storage, and large turn-out. RV access/ parking. Bring your horses and toys.


“Buying or Selling, Just One Call Does It All”


2055 Hamner Avenue • Norco • CA • 92860 www.DonnaChudzicki.com


and front yards, but don’t see anyone outside. It’s a peaceful part of the trail even though Valley View is a well-populated street in Norco. We get to the intersection of


Valley View and Fourth Street, and are almost at our fi rst desti- nation. As we cross the street, we see a huge red barn on the east side of the road. Milagro wants to continue down the trail at his usual cadence, but I ask him to slow down. We have reached the Circle D, home of the horses of Disney. I can see some of the ranch workers grooming two large draſt horses in the breeze- way of the barn. They are proba- bly get ing those horses ready for their next shiſt as carriage hors- es on Main Street at Disneyland, only 30 miles away. The 5-acre property is meticulously cared for, and as we pass, I get a brief glimpse inside the barn, where a handful of draſt horses hang their heads out their stall doors. We ride on, passing so many


small ranch houses that are characteristic of Norco. We go through the intersection at Fiſt h Street while cars idle as we clip- pity-clop through the crosswalk. We are making our way toward Sixth Street, the hub of Norco. When we get to Sixth, the mood changes. Cars and trucks zoom quickly down the four-lane street. We turn right onto the Sixth Street trail, passing strip malls and store fronts. We then hit the “feed store strip,” where a tack and feed store can be found on just about every block. We


continue north, past the inter- sections of Temescal, Hillside and Pedley. When we fi nally get to Sixth Street and California, we slow down to check out the Saddle Sore Saloon. The corral out front of the saloon has fresh manure, proving that some cow- boy or cowgirl just fi nished hav- ing a beer with friends and had ridden back home. We pass California and turn


right on Crestview, the last inter- section at Sixth Street. Milagro’s


Milagro and I continue up the hill.


pace quickens. We are now mov- ing in the direction of home. We pass George Ingalls Equestrian Center, where a horse show is taking place off to our leſt . Milagro’s head goes up when he sees a miniature horse pulling a cart in between the two covered Continued on page 34


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Audrey Pavia photo


Brigit e Jouxtel photo


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