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Where special things await

Top professionals share a seasonal look at equestrian real estate in their areas of expertise

Bill Blume Keller Williams Coastal Estates

Monterey County/ Central Coast (888)379-0321

In a word, “variety” is what

makes Monterey county special for horse people. You can ride on the beach or trails in Carmel Valley or Jack’s Peak. With sever- al micro climates, we are never too hot or too cold to play with horses. If you like it warmer, fi nd a spot in the valley, if you like it cooler stay closer to the coast. Our equestrian community has members active in just about every discipline imaginable: hunter/jumper, dressage, polo, driving, everything western from western pleasure and cowboy dressage to reining. We have a wide variety of horse property and boarding facilities and great trainers for every arena.

Marcie Campbell Century 21 Gold

Inland Empire & Orange County (951) 454-4828

Equestrian professional

for over 30 years. California Horsetrader Ranch Property Specialist.

Christel Carlyle &

Mary Russo Andrews Carrington Real Estate Service Rancho Santa Fe/ No. San Diego County (858) 774-3025 & (858) 232-8433

There is a “Secret Ranch”, a

coastal equestrian estate com- prised of two adjacent parcels of land totaling 12 acres in the prestigious covenant of Rancho Santa Fe in North San Diego County. Just 20 miles north of downtown San Diego and four miles east of the Pacifi c Ocean, fully gated and private, this time- less modern craſt sman residence was designed by architect Jerri

Grindle of Del Mar. The home of over 12,000 square feet with seven bedrooms, and eight full baths and six half-baths, has parking garages for 12 cars and resort-like amenities. The state- of-the-art stable includes six stalls each with their own corral, indoor outdoor washing stations, feed and tack rooms, commer- cial-grade laundry room, full bath and a saloon with outdoor barbeque, fi replace and patio for aſt er riding relaxation. There are three pastures and a riding arena with acreage that will accommo- date up to 12 horses. Thoughtful in design and masterfully craſt - ed, an iconic residence and place to call home.

Pat Caruso (740) 398-6228

Come fall in love with Sedona, Ariz.! This beautiful property borders forest service land with access to miles of trails for all lev- els of riding, while encompassing the Red Rock and mesa views of northern Arizona. You’ll be enchanted by the custom Santa Fe-style three-bedroom, two-bath home and brilliant starry nights. The four acres are zoned for up to eight horses and include an arena/ turnout and mare motel. This is a new home, with new horse facilities, in a great location and move-in ready. You can ride right off the property and enjoy the trails, practice your skills in the arena, or even trailer out to awesome local dedicated horse trails as you bask in the beautiful Red Rock views of Sedona.

Mark Caspersen Caspersen Real Estate

(858) 215-4001

Welcome home to paradise!

Located in one of the most desired communities in North

San Diego County lies this 15.39 acres off Lone Jack Road in beautiful Olivenhain! Accessed through a private gated entry, you’ll fi nd the scenic landscape of gentle rolling hills and private lake that includes an artesian well. It is zoned for two horses per acre, includes a riding arena and is located close to a 30-mile multi-use riding trail network and two excellent riding centers. This rare off ering provides the chance of a lifetime to create an extraordinary holding and become part of the history of this unique community.

Jewels Farmer Keller Williams/ Phantom Realty Group

Orange County & Inland Empire (951) 634-9814

World Champion equestrian

with over 40 years in the saddle, helping you fi nd your dream home! United States Air Force Retired. California Horsetrader Ranch Property Specialist.

Cheryl Gardarian Rancho Carrillo Realty

San Juan Capistrano/ Orange County (949) 728-0506

Country Life, City Close - Enjoy

the equestrian lifestyle, yet live minutes from pristine Orange County beaches, shopping and dining. Don’t commute to Orange County, live in the peace- ful, secluded area of Rancho Carrillo. This private enclave off of the Ortega Highway near San Juan Capistrano, is truly a lit le piece of paradise. Ranches here run 2-3 acres and many back directly to wilderness forest land with over 39,000 acres and miles of riding trails. Enjoy the pas- toral views while hiking under canopies of oak trees alongside spring-fed creeks. Deer graze in the meadows and

hawks fl oat overhead. The night ime sky is ablaze with stars. Neighbors wave hello in this picturesque community. Children grow up in a small town atmosphere raising free-range chickens and farmyard pets. Plant a garden fi lled with organic fruits and vegetables. Yesterday’s neighborhoods had character and Rancho Carrillo embodies those same qualities of life. Come visit us soon.

Nona Green Agoura Horse Property

Los Angeles & Ventura Counties (818) 426-2292

Welcome to a diff erent kind

of “Country” Club. Agoura Horse Property is here to satisfy the demand for homes in rural set- tings. If you like the sights and sounds of nature, starry nights rather than street lamps, and animal friendly environments, look to us for that special, unique home. As local area experts with extensive knowledge of the surrounding communities, our objective is to work diligently to assist you in meeting your real estate goals. Our clients love land, animals, room to play and space between their homes and the neighbors. Pastoral views, priva- cy, trees, creeks, wildlife, starry nights, room to play and grow things, hiking, biking, walking.... these things and more are what we off er. California Horsetrader Ranch Property Specialist.

Terri Juergens Country Real Estate

Tehachapi, CA (661) 303-6868

At 4,000 feet elevation,

Tehachapi off ers a destination that is unique to Southern California. Experience the

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