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O CREATING ROCK FREE ARENAS CREATING ROCK FREE ARENAS


--- that’s Cor ect --- LET’S MAKE YOUR HORSE SMILE WITH A ROCK FREE ARENA


WITH A ROCK FREE ARENA


Through modern technology we can screen the native material in your arena rock free.


We remove debris to 3/8 of an inch in size and to a depth of at least 6 inches.


Your most important step in building an arena is to start with a rock free base while saving money in the process.


You may never need our services again if properly maintained.


Serving the west for over a decade


We Travel Anywhere


ridORoCk.com What’s your pleasure… Rich Ranch


Large paddock boarding. Year round mare and foal care. Retirement horses. Pens cleaned twice daily. Freeway close. Temecula wine country.


Call for an appointment.


36540 Silver Spur Rd. Temecula ca 92592 951-529-6258


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Full Service 50 Acre Training Facility O


Ful ac cilit Saddle Seat · Hunter Pleasure Trainer:


Katherine Rich-Elzig USEF licensed Judge


USDF Gold, Silver & Bronze Medalist (909)518-0100


www.KatherineRichElzig.com Located at Green Acres Ranch, Inc. • 35750 De Portola Rd, Temecula CA 92592 cilitycili y Bales Performance Horses


Training From Start to Finish Youth and All Levels of Non Pro Riders


Now Accepting Open, Futurity, and Derby Horses


Trainer, Marty Bales 760-885-7897 Located at


Anaheim Hills Saddle Club


mbalesperformancehorses.com balesperformancehorses@blogspot.com


Making quality our top priority


Joseph 602-284-3749 For references see Website or Facebook page


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