Beginner/ Novice


No skills needed

Total Ride Time: about Two Hour’s

Reservation required!

Every day 9 am, 11 am, 1 pm, 3 pm, 5 pm
Ride Details:  Beginner, Novice for adult, children, toddlers

Trail Rides on Ranch

This is a great experience for people, who are looking for a get away on the weekend, wanting to enjoy the great outdoors, while on a horse back ride!

For children we have well behaved ponies, we also accommodate toddlers as young as two years old! Parents can walk with us, or choose to ride as well. It is also fun for birthday parties or just a family get away!

The ride starts in the arena and heads out on the trails. You will ride a course of obstacles! Explore our winding jungle trails, rocky riverbeds, ditches and ravines, climbing mountain trails up and down, and riding hilly switchbacks to view our yucca garden!

Enjoy impeccable views all over the ranch-  our vast and rugged trails will offer you a view of a variety of plants, which are native to the higher elevations in our area in the  Angeles National Forest.


Mommy and Me Ride

This package is a for Mommy and Me!  Allow about 2 hours of your time! $190 for mom and one child, each additional rider $90

Saturday 9.30am: Please call for reservations,  Enjoy a ride through a oak covered trail labyrinth! The kids having a wonderful time, exploring the great outdoors, while on the pony. Afterward, kids are invited visiting our petting zoo!

Arrive at the stable at 9.30am.

Meet your saddled horses/ pony in a arena. Ride host will assist you in mounting and explain some few rules while on the pony and horses.

Moms and Kids discover the rugged, bushy oak covered trail, while hand lead! Depending on how safe the riders feel, you’ll discover a fun mountain climb, riding switchbacks, and crossing rocky riverbeds.

After this exciting fun ride the kids are invited to visit and to listen to the story’s of our little goat family, “Mister Thornten”, “Domino”, “Trousers”, “Billy”, “Blueberry”, “Piggy Girl” our pig, “Luzy Goosy” our Goose, “Rafael” our ruster, and “Nina” our Peacock.