MAY 2014  


INTERNS OF THE MONTH
Congratulations!

Rylee Williams
&
Kayla Lent
See the office for your FREE Green Acres Hat or T-Shirt.

Who will be next?

 

Free Lesson
Prepaid Lesson Package
10 Lessons for $405
10th Lesson is FREE
Rattlesnakes
If you see any snake here at Green Acres Ranch please do not attempt to remove or kill it.  Call the office at 951-302-6045 and our staff will address the situation.

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Office Hours
Monday - Friday
9am - 5pm

Saturday - Sunday
9am - 1pm

Please enter using the door next to the bathroom door.  You no longer need to go in  the courtyard.
Pet Portraits

Molly Williams
(951) 375-2009
mewilliams1@gmail.com
surefootdesigns@gmail.com
 
Interns
We have a lot of Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts and Birthday parties this month.  Make sure you are signed up to help for at least one of these events.
 
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HAPPY

Arabian Community Show (ACS)
 The ACS show last weekend was a huge success!  Thank you for all the participants, volunteers and vendors.  Feel free to email us your pictures or share them on our Facebook page.

*SAVE THE DATE*
The next ACS show will be on
Sunday, October 26th.
See you then!

 
Summer Camp Registration is OPEN
Only 12 Spots Available each Session 
Call Now!!! 
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It's not too early!!! Summer Horse Camp Registration is now OPEN! We have weekly sessions beginning June 9th. Our camps are Monday - Friday 9am - 3pm. Campers ride everyday and have a cool-off water activity every afternoon. $295 per camper. $50 deposit due at the time of reservation. CALL TODAY!

 

 SALT BLOCKS 

 

If you do not already have a salt block in your horse's stall...now is the time.           

"Horses do require about 1-2 ounces of salt per day to
help meet their requirement for sodium and chloride.  This requirement can increase to 4-6 ounces of salt per day in hot climates or under exercise where losses in sweat increase greatly.  Inadequate salt in the diet can result in abnormal eating behavior such as licking or chewing objects which have salt on them (fork handles etc.) or licking/eating dirt.  Water intake may also decrease, increasing the risk of impaction colic. In more extreme cases, horses will stop eating and may experience muscle incoordination."  ~ www.horsefeedblog.com

 

 

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!

  
Adult Volunteers needed to assist with:
  
Therapeutic Riding Sessions.
Tuesday & Friday Afternoons.
  
&
  
Group Riding Lessons
Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday Mornings
  
These are both great opportunities to get involved and be around horses.
No experience necessary - we will train you!


If interested please call us:
951-302-6045