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site. She urges Horsetrader readers to explore the resources on her website, where they will fi nd everything they need to buy or sell a home—as well as learn about the market value of homes. Users can search for homes with detailed descriptions, photos, community and school information and much more. As a real estate professional, Donna is ready and available to address all of real estate needs, and she is ready for your call or email in order to visit some homes or to schedule a free home-buying or selling consultation. California Horsetrader Ranch Property Specialist. See ad on page 75.


Livia Earp Westcoe Realtors


Riverside, San Bernardino & Inland Empire (951) 850-5508 Livearp1@gmail.com CalBRE#00458583


California Horsetrader Ranch Property Specialist.


Jewels Farmer Keller Williams


Orange County & Inland Empire (951) 634-9814 www.JewelsFarmer.com CalBRE#01735199


Jewels Farmer is a World Champion eques- trian with more than 40 years in the saddle


and 12 years selling real estate. She can help fi nd your dream home. United States Air Force retired. California Horsetrader Ranch Property Specialist.


15873 Rancho Viejo Dr., Riverside 92506


Turnkey Horse Property in Desirable Area


of Woodcrest • Nearly 1 Acre • Zoned for Horses • Newly Remodeled • 3BR/ 2BA • Gourmet Kitchen • 2-story Children’s Playhouse • Incredible Views • Mature Trees • RV/ Boat Parking • Fenced • $519,000


Nona Green Agoura Horse Property


Los Angeles & Ventura Counties (818) 426-2292 Nona@AgouraHorse Property.com www.AgouraHorse Property.com CalBRE #00692351


Nona Green, Broker Associate at Coldwell Banker Residential


Brokerage, is the top-selling agent of equestrian homes in west Los Angeles County. A veteran Real Estate Broker since 1978, Nona has sold over 1,000 homes throughout her lengthy career. As a com- munity-minded and longtime resident of Old Agoura, Nona has volunteered in an array of diff erent capacities. Nona has served as President of the nonprofi t organization, “Friends of Old Agoura Park, Inc.”, is a volunteer for Hearts and Horses (a non-profi t ranch that gives riding therapy to challenged adults) and is an advocate for the Old Agoura 4-H scholarship commit ee. Nona is also a retired gym- khana competitor and dressage student. Being an avid horseperson, Nona understands the unique needs of the equestrian buyer and sell- er. She stands by her mot o, “Horse People Helping Horse People”.


Tony Halton Halton Pardee & Partners


Coachella Valley/Thermal/La Quinta (760) 831-4634 tony@haltonpardee.com www.HaltonPardee.com CalBRE #00860890


Tony Halton brings over 30 years of development, real estate and home construction expertise to Coachella Valley real estate.


20085 Melinda Ln., Wildomar 92595


Mini Ranch with Beautiful Views on 1 Acre,


Flat and Usable • Charming Single Story Home • Fully Equipped Horse Property


• Pipe Corrals/ Turnouts w/ Shelters


• Area for Arena, Round Pen, Dog Run


• Light & Bright 3BR/ 2BA Home • 4 Car Garage


• RV/ Boat/ Trailer Access & Parking


• Future Investment Potential • No H.O.A. & Low Taxes • $399,900


Ashley LaVelle-Hoagland


951.764.8909 www.myhorsepropertyspecialist.com CalBRE #01309946


BUYERS...Call me for a FREE list of available properties in your area. SELLERS...Horse Property inventory is low... we need your listing! Call me for a FREE Market Analysis to fi nd out what your property is worth!


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