We believe in forming deep connections and partnerships with horses. We have a multifaceted and wholistic approach for dealing with these highly intelligent, highly capable and diverse individuals:) We also help people understand their horses better and create a great bond. When we rescue, rehabilitate, retrain and re-home horses, we always do our best to match them with the perfect human for lasting and enjoyable relationship. We try to inspire youngsters by providing Ranch Visits and Parties with ponies and horses, so that the fun and unique experience of their first ride, plants the seeds of the future horse lover.... (read more) We also serve the Photography, Film and TV artists, so that they can bring their visual magic and The Horse closer to people’s hearts.
We understand that people have different interests and goals for themselves and their equine partners, therefor we try our best to provide support with boarding, trail riding, as well as English and Western riding disciplines. We do train competitive ridiers and their horses in a way that the strength of their bond warrants their outstanding performance.
We are situated in the High Desert Hills next to the Los Angeles National Forest and the Devil’s Punch Bowl County Natural Area. There are beautiful trails at about 4,750 ft (1450 m) elevation, with scenic views of the tilted sandstone formation on the northern slopes of the San Gabriel Mountains. We have washes on both sides of our property where you can spot a variety of wildlife. In the winter, it is not uncommon to get some snow here. If we had enough snow fall in the nearby mountains, streams run through the washes in the spring. We also see the rainbow here every time it rains, because the sun is always present over the land during the day.
We have about a 2.5 mile gorgeous trail surrounded by Joshua Trees, right out of our gate. It is a great place to let the horses go fast, or enjoy a slower pace and take in the beauty.
We also have beautiful mountain tops where you will witness a 360 view of the entire Antilope Valley, as well as lots of dirt roads.