Equestrians were not invited to provide input regarding a trail set aside for equestrian use only. Once equestrians got wind of the planned change to the Live Oak Equestrian use Only Trail they sprang into action. Their efforts resulted in turning away mountain bikers for the time being. However, now the trail is open to hikers for a period of time as a pilot program. Get the updated information about the Live Oak Equestrian Trail and plan for a big ride coming up.
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“The terrain and the views are spectacular on this 30,000 acre historic ranch. Each loop will take you far into oak savanna that looks like it did in the days of the Spanish rancheros. Come be an inaugural rider on the 25, 50 mile or 8 mile Introductory Huasna Endurance Ride!” Says Kathleen Phelps the ride manager. Mark you calendars for April 25-26, 2020.
Remember the photos of horses running down the street with a wildfire blazing behind them? Did your heart leap out of your chest in wanting to help these terrified creatures? Our local horse community needs you to be trained to help in equine emergency evacuation scenarios. Our local HEET organization shares the details of the upcoming Equine Emergency Evacuation Expo in Santa Ynez.