Green Acres Ranch Inc.
July 2017
Monthly Newsletter

Office Hours
Open 7 Days Per Week

Office: 951-302-6045
Ranch Hours

June 1st - Sept. 1st

Riding Lessons

Tuesday - Thursday
Morning Lessons 
7am, 8am
Afternoon Lessons 
4pm, 5pm & 6pm

Saturday & Sunday 
Morning Lessons
7am, 8am, 9am & 10am

Ranch Rides
7am, 9am & 11am

Summer Camp
Monday - Friday
9am - 3pm
Attention: Interns
to Intern of the Month
Annaliese Coyle
please see the office for your free Green Acres Hat or T-Shirt!

Be sure to check the 
Regularly for upcoming events!
(Please call the office if you need log-in info. This site is password protected.)
Free Lesson
Prepaid Lesson Package

10 Lessons 
for $405
Buy 9 lessons and 
the 10th Lesson 
Seasonal Wear


Logo wear including 
Jackets, Shirts, Sweat-shirts, 
Hats, Beanies and more are available for purchase in the 
GA office.

Ranch Rides
Ranch Rides are only  $45 per person for anyone ACTIVE in our lesson program.  Bring your family and they can also receive the same special rate! 
Local Snakes

If you see any snakes here at Green Acres Ranch please 
do not attempt to remove or kill them.
Call the office at 
and our staff will
 address the situation. 
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." 
Local Horse Club

RCAHA Board of Directors meetings are held every first Wednesday of the 
month at 7pm at 
Green Acres Ranch. 
click here for more information.

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Here are a few reminders:
1. Please leave your dogs at home when visiting Green Acres. It has been a long standing rule here at GA that only resident dogs may be allowed on the premises. This rule is for your dogs safety as well as the safety of fellow boarders, clients, and horses. If we see your dog on our property you will be asked to remove them.

2. While here on the ranch, please park your vehicles in the parking lot.  Please do not park any vehicles at your horses stall or barn.   If you are delivering feed or heavy items, drop them off and then return your vehicle to the parking lot. 
3. Please be mindful of activities going on while delivering items to your stall.  Horses always have the right away.   If there is an activity in front or near where you need to drop something off, please wait till it is over or return later.

4.  Please do not put shavings in your horse's stall or pen! Regular shavings tend to blow away, and are to difficult for our maintenance staff to properly clean. INSTEAD, use pelleted shavings which work GREAT and allow our staff to properly care for y our horses needs!

Check your spam folder if you are not receiving your monthly invoice.

Boarders will receive a monthly invoice from Green Acres via EMAIL. If you do not see it, check your spam folder and add "" to your contact list.  

And don't forget, please observe our speed limits  and  always yield to horses.  GA courtesy allows for the vehicles driving UP the drive way to have  the right of way .

5 MPH Speed Limit  = No Dust!
Thank you for your help to keep Green Acres 
a safe place for everyone to enjoy!
The July 3rd Gymkhana was a big success!

Thank you to everyone who participated and 
congratulations to our top riders!
Our next big event will be on 
September 4th for our Gymkhana & Labor Day BBQ

Riding Lesson Program 
July, 2017

More information about our Lesson Program can be found 
on our  website here .    Contact us to reserve your spot today!
951-302-6045 or .
Upcoming Events:

We are now accepting reservations for
Register now and take advantage of the 
Green Acres Gymkhana
September 4th, 2017
Only $50 for all day!
Download Events Packet HERE
Open to all Green Acres 
Students and Boarders
Green Acres Ranch 
Community Horse Show

October 15th


Correct Haltering Procedure
 1.  As you approach your horse to halter him, make sure the halter is unbuckled and the lead rope is attached.
2.  Stand on the left side of the horse and pass the end of the lead rope under his neck with your left hand.
3.  Put your right hand over his neck and take the lead rope from your left hand.
4  Now you have the rope around his neck. Catch both ends of rope together in your right hand so he can't wander off while you put the halter on.
5.  Position the loop so you can pass the halter strap to your right hand in the same way you did with the rope.
6.   At this point you should have both the rope and the halter strap in your left hand,  with your arm over the horse's neck and the halter buckle in your right hand.
7.   With your hands on either side of the horse's head, position the noseband so the horse's nose will slide easily into it and raise the halter into position.
8.   Bring the halter strap over the horse's head, right behind his ears and do up the buckle, keeping hold of the rope just in case he decided to break away before you have finished.
9. Remove the loop of rope from around the horse's neck and you are ready to go.

1.  Make sure your halter fits properly and is neither too loose nor too tight.


2.  The noseband should lie two fingers below the cheekbone and you should be able to fit two fingers between your horse and the noseband.



Green Acres Neighbor's
Green Acres is now offering a FREE business listing in our 
newsletter to all of our clients and friends!
Green Acres Resident Trainers:
KRE Show Horses  with Katherine Rich
The Rich Group  with Roy Rich

Green Acres On-Site Services:

Blanketing Service
Relax this winter while the trail guide ladies worries about your horse's blanket!   Call the office   for more information.

Local Businesses:

Gaits in the Grapes
Juanita Koth, Owner & Lead Guide

Lampshades Unlimited
San Diego's Finest Lampshades and Repair
1022 W. Morena Blvd. San Diego, Ca 92110
P: 619-276-6530 Open Mon - Sat 10am-5pm

Lori's Horse Laundry
Pick Up, Delivery, & Repair
Max Optics Photography , mobile photography specializing in equine photography, horse shows, off road sports, family portraits, pet portraits and weddings. Located in Riverside County. or 

Yuan Boutique Bistro & Dim Sum  
Fine dine in, take out, and fast delivery!
31757 Temecula Pkwy #A Temecula, CA 92592

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