Our newest member of the herd, Charis loves to have her mane brushed.
Please read this wonderful article written by Margaret Finnegan and her daughter, Elizabeth. The article can be found by clicking HERE.
Watch the latest news on the Ranch’s work to preserve the Atwater equestrian district. You can watch the story which appeared on CBS 2 and KCAL 9 news on Oct 2nd, 2015, by clicking HERE
The Children’s Ranch Foundation was awarded a grant from the Los Angeles Breakfast Club “to help [us] in [our] efforts in maintaining the need for a low-density equestrian buffer zone in the Atwater district.” Thank you to the Lost Angeles Breakfast Club for helping us pay for critical historical research
An informative and powerful article about a proposed housing development that threatens the Ranch, as well as the wider Atwater Village equestrian area. Click HERE to read the article.
Los Angeles Magazine tells about threat to The Children’s Ranch. Click HERE to read the article.
What does a lesson look like? Those of you who have been reading my posts might be wondering: what goes into a riding lesson here? What sorts of skills do ranchers learn? As you may imagine from the diverse group of youths who come here, the focus of each lesson
Please join us May 31st and June 1st, 2014 for The Children’s Ranch’s annual Sample Sale! We will be there from 10am to 4pm both days. The Ranch is located at 4007 Verdant St., LA, CA 90039
My friend, Cody. As a rider, you get to have a unique relationship with your horse. This week, I want to tell you all about my special guy, Cody, and why I feel so happy he has joined the Ranch family. Cody is an 18 year old quarter horse gelding
Hello again Children’s Ranch community! Today I want to introduce two very special Ranch friends: Christina, a special education consultant at the Ranch, and Pipsqueak, a new addition to the critter crew. First, let me tell you about Christina. She has been at the Ranch since 2010, when she moved
Howdy. Greetings, ranch community! Allow me to introduce myself: my name is Gaby and I will be blogging here from time to time. I started therapeutic riding lessons at the ranch a few years ago and have participated in a couple volunteer-in-training summer camps. Over time, the Children’s Ranch has
“We are all set for volunteers this Fall! Feel free to contact us about future possibilities.”