Rancho California Horsemen's Association
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THE PARK’S CAP IS 20 RIDERS, SO YOU MUST RSVP!
Come and join us on a 2.5 hour ride at Lake Skinner! The ride will be a relatively easy ride on 4 foot wide trails with a gradual climb that affords fantastic views of Lake Skinner and the Temecula Valley. The only part of the ride that could be a little difficult is a 5 foot wide, 100 foot long wooden bridge that can get a little noisy with all the horses crossing.
Make sure you reserve a spot for this ride by contacting Ken. Once we reach the cap of 20 riders, your name will be put on a waiting list to be called in the order that we received your RSVP, should someone not be able to make the ride. If you have reserved a spot and can’t make it, please notify Ken as soon as possible so that another club member will be able to take your place.
We plan to ride out promptly at 10 AM, so plan on arriving early enough to get from the Park entrance to the staging area (about 20 min). We’ve made special arrangements with the Park rangers to allow you to take a shortcut road to the staging area. When you enter the facility, do NOT go to the kiosk, but turn left through a gate that should be labeled with an RCHA sign. An RCHA member will be there to take your entrance fee. This gate will be opened at 9:00 AM.
Entrance fees are: $6 per person and $2 per horse. There are corrals and picnic tables in the shade for a relaxing lunch after the ride, so pack a lunch and something to drink.
Ken 951 294-7000 firstname.lastname@example.org
Ride at Lake Skinner
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