Many young riders aspire to someday represent their country in the Olympic Games. For equestrians, this dream is perhaps even more significant and widely shared. One SLO County rider has managed to both dream and achieve…and is dreaming about it again! Follow along as Sharon Jantzen shares the Olympic Dreams of Gina Miles.
Ranching is a way of life needing to be preserved, and many of the activities offered at the V6 Ranch are actual “jobs” that need to be done in order to keep this real-life working-cattle ranch operational.
Fellow riders and interested community members have been asking, “What progress has been made on the Equestrian Staging area of the Pismo Preserve? SLO Horse News contacted Craig Campbell, Principal of the Wallace Group for an answer to that question.
Where can a kid learn to swing a rope, hold a baby chick, milk a goat and learn to ride a horse? . . . Ag Adventure Camp, of course! Kids ages 7-11 years can become Cowboys and Cowgirls as they work with horses, cattle, chickens, goats, dogs and a…
We spoke with Pete Agalos and Natalie Baker about the upcoming Cal Poly Performance Horse Sale. Follow along as Sharon Jantzen gives us a feel for what the students accomplish with these horses and take a look at the catalog of “For Sale” horses.