with her horses on Main Street in the Rancho
neighborhood of Burbank, Calif.,
a more-than-equestrian-friendly enclave near
City Person's LA County Horse Dream
and north of
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• 54 Miles of Riding Trails
the community in Griffith Park, 4,800 acres.
• Los Angeles Equestrian Center,
adjacent to this popular area
offers up-scale horse
facilities, box stalls, large
arenas, trainers, first class
• Ride or Walk to the Movie
Less than 900 homes in the
• Hometown Feel
It's like a
small town right in the middle of Los Angeles."
This is a
community with a hometown feel that is determined not to become another L.A.
city. Here horses live tiny stables where owners saunter on horseback
through the residential streets and onto the Griffith Park trails each day.
Because of its proximity to Griffith Park as well as the Los Angeles
Equestrian Center (one of the 2 largest in the USA and hosts such worldly
events as The World Cup Dressage) as well as several movie studios —
which used to board horses back in the halcyon days of the western — the
Rancho is one of the few areas near urban Los Angeles where your horses can
live in your back yard.
The Los Angeles
Equestrian Center is 75 acres
large with a world-class horse
show complex featuring many
breeds and disciplines at 45
equestrian events a year, over
500 boarding stalls, 17 horse
trainers, a tack shop and
equestrian gift shop, food and
beverage banquet facilities, and
generally the hub of horse
activities in Los Angeles.
Here in Burbank Rancho,
property values are higher than most other areas of Burbank. This is because you
can saddle up your horse in your own backyard and take a morning ride and
still be at work at the studios, downtown, or on the West side for a late
breakfast. It also gives plenty of opportunity to know one’s horsy
neighbors, to walk your dog, jog or fly a kite in Pollywog Field, and to
enjoy the precious open space that most other neighborhoods are envious of.
Even for those who don't own horses, the sight of riders along Burbank's
urban streets is a key element of the area's flavor.
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