Green Acres Ranch Inc.
June 2016
Monthly Newsletter

Office Hours
Enter the office using the door next to the bathroom.   Do not go in through the courtyard.
-Thank you
Office: 951-302-6045
Ranch Hours

  Riding Lessons
Tuesday - Thursday
Morning Lessons 
Tuesday & Thursday Afternoon Lessons 
  5pm & 6pm
Afternoon Lessons 
4pm, 5pm & 6pm

Saturday & Sunday 
Morning Lessons
8am ,9am, 10am, & 11am  

Ranch Rides
 7am, 9am & 11am

For questions about the lesson schedule or Ranch Rides visit our  website or give us a call at 
Attention: Interns
to Intern of the Month
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
New Merchandise!
Please contact the office to place your order today!
Green Acres always has
 seasonal wear available for purchase: Shirts, Tank 
Tops, Hats, Beanies,
 Sweatshirts and Jackets.

Stop in to browse our selection of Green Acres jackets, shirts and tank tops!

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! 
Rattle Snake Season

If you see any snakes here at Green Acres Ranch please do not attempt to remove or kill them. Call the office at 951-302-6045 and our staff will address the situation.
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.

Volunteers Welcome 
Volunteers Always Welcome!

Looking for volunteers
 to assist with:

Therapeutic Riding Sessions
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, 
Thursdays, & Fridays

Group Riding Lessons & Grooming
Tuesday, Wednesday, 
& Thursday Mornings

No experience necessary!  We will train you. These are both great opportunities to get involved with and be around well behaved horses while gaining great horse experience.

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Showmanship Clinic Part I
Saturday, July 9th, 3pm-5:30pm 
(immediately followed by the RCAHA Annual BBQ)

Don't miss the RCAHA Youth Club Showmanship Clinic  hosted by youth coordinator Katherine Rich-Elzig!


This is a FREE showmanship clinic offered by Katherine. No horses are needed as all  horses will be provided by KRE. For the showmanship clinic, please RSVP to Katherine  at 909-518-0100 or We would love for all children and their families to join us for the Annual RCAHA BBQ directly following the clinic. 
We are SERIOUS  about our 
5 MPH Speed Limit! 
In addition, All drivers MUST Yield to Horses. Many animals and children are always present at Green Acres. For their safety and yours, any drivers who fail to follow the Green Acres driving rules  may be asked to park on the street.

2016 Summer Camps

Space is limited.
 Call the office to reserve your space today!
Summer Camp Dates: 
Session 4: June 27th - July 1st

Session 5: July 5th - 8th (4 day camp $240)

Session 6: July 11th - 15th

Session 7: July 18th - 22nd (FULL)

Session 8: July 25th - 29th

Session 9: August 1st - 5th  (ADV $350)

$300.00 per camper
All GA Camps:
All Green Acres camp counselors are  CPR & First Aid Certified. Our camp curricula focuses on fun, horsemanship, and safety. Campers need to bring a sack  lunch. Snack is provided. Long pants and closed toe shoes are required for riding  and are always required around the  animals. We suggest wearing layers and labeling all belongings.

Camp Hours are from
9am - 3pm
Please feel free to call us at 951-302-6045 
to register, or if you have any questions.
New Stall Name Plates!
Green Acres Ranch is in the final stages of printing and putting up individual stall plates for each horse here at Green Acres. 
The stall plates will reflect the horses name and identify the diet, emergency contact information, and other important notes about each individual. Although we have carefully cataloged  all of the information regarding each horse, we ask that you help us to check for accuracy. If you notice a mistake or misprint on your card, please bring it to the office where stall plate correction forms are available.
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.  (all haul-in vehicles and trailers MUST have a valid parking pass displayed on their dashboard at all times.)
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!
If you do not already have a salt block in your horse's 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
Green Acres Neighbor's
Green Acres is now offering a FREE 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
Ruben Mageno Cutting Horses  
with Ruben Mageno & BuffyYoung

Michelle & Keeley's Blanketing Service
Don't worry about blanketing your horse this winter, talk to Michelle or call the office for more info!

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