January 2018 - Blackjack Farm
Written by CRM
Wednesday, 27 December 2017 01:26


A horse and rider oasis in North San Diego County.

Robin and Dionicio Martinez bought their beautiful horse facility as their own private ranch in North San Diego County in 2011. Robin was competing successfully as an amateur and Dionicio, with no previous horse experience before meeting and marrying Robin, was finding out just what the life of a fulltime horseman was all about. Having left her corporate job a few years previously, Robin was looking to refocus her life in a way that allowed her to put her passions first.  With Dionicio at her side, she felt that this was the opportunity to really go all in with horses.

December 2017 - Willowbrook Riding Club & Equestrian Center
Written by CRM
Thursday, 30 November 2017 23:44


Multi-faceted Palm Springs facility is the perfect place for horses to retire and people to ride, show, shop or relax on trail.

Yes, horses need to retire too, and what better place to do it than in a retirement Mecca on the grass in the Palm Springs area? The 40 acres of Willowbrook Riding Club and Equestrian Center are surrounded by open spaces with gentle hills off in the distance: horses like it here. The weather is some of the best on the planet -- most sunny days, 5.25” average annual rainfall, no snow. There’s an international airport in Palm Springs and the I 10 Freeway is 10 minutes away. It’s a wonderful place for a horse to relax and enjoy a well-deserved retirement in one of our private pasture suites.

December 2017 - Off To A Good Start
Written by CRM
Thursday, 30 November 2017 23:46


Doing things right in the formative years can set horses on road to success.

As a business that specializes in training young horses from the ages of 4 and under, I see consistencies come to the forefront that I would like to share with owners and breeders that your trainer and your horse would appreciate. Much can be done in the formative years to set a horse’s career up for success and create a positive experience!   

November, 2017 - NorCal Spotlight: Shady Lane Farm, LLC
Written by Kim F. Miller
Monday, 30 October 2017 21:06


Matt and Lindsay Archer’s small program makes a big impact on its horses, riders and the sport.

by Kim F. Miller

Matt and Lindsay Archer have a uniquely balanced approach to their hunter/jumper training and sales program, Shady Lane Farm, LLC. Their clientele ranges from a backer of their Grand Prix goals to an amateur equitation and hunter rider who was one of Lindsay’s first students 15 years ago.

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