Annual New Year Party and Trail Obstacle Challenge
Don't miss this chance to ride the Butterfield Canyon trail up to the Vail Lake dam! RCHA is allowed access 4 times a year, and with early spring flowers appearing these are beautiful days to take advantage of that privilege.
Kerrie will be leading this ride and it will be capped at 25 riders, so please RSVP to Kerrie as soon as possible. No charge for this one. Riders should bring their own snacks and a lunch for after the ride is over. Best to bring a chair too, and Leoness Cellars wine will be available for purchase! Details are below:
What a great start to the New Year at the annual RCHA
Launch Party and Clinic!
SAVE THESE DATES
We always need funds for trail maintenance, hitching rails and trail markers! Please consider donating to preserve the riding trails in the Temecula Valley.
This ride is very easy going up Butterfield Canyon to the base of the dam. The dam was built by the Vail Ranch as a reservoir for their cattle operation. The ranch itself was about 150 square miles and encompassed the areas of Temecula, De Luz, Murrieta, La Cresta and the Santa Rosa plateau.
Feb 29 - Vail Lake Dam Ride
Apr 6 - General Meeting at Corner Bakery
Apr 19 - Horses Head to Hoof at Green Acres Ranch
Beautiful weather, good food catered by Rustico Ristorante and great fun at the Trail Obstacle Challenge.
Vail Lake Dam Ride ~ Saturday, February 29th
Rancho California Horsemen's Association
Date: Saturday, Feb 29th
Ride out time: 9:30 am
Staging spot: Road behind Leoness Cellars
Ride duration: 2.5 hours, mostly flat
RSVP: Kerrie at Kerrie.email@example.com or 951-375-0650
Directions: Go down DePortola to Leoness Cellars Winery (38311 De Portola). Turn right on Los Alamitos Dr. At the end of that street turn left onto Los Alamitos and park along that road.
Non-members welcome IF they join RCHA that day. Go to our Membership Page for more information about joining http://www.rchatemecula.org/membership.html