Cañada Larga Ranch - Boarding

By: Cañada Larga Stables  09-12-2011

Horses located inside the equestrian center are fed three times daily, 6-8lbs per feeding (morning: alfalfa, afternoon: orchard, evening: alfalfa). Owners may request extra feed or substitutions (ex: all orchard, no alfalfa) at an additional cost.

We use buckets, not automatic waterers, to monitor water intake of each horse and to ensure that additional time is spent with each horse daily.


  • Santa Barbara Barn

    Seven 12x12 box stalls with 12x24 runs, seven 12x12 box stalls. All stalls are matted and maintained with bedding (up to 8 bags per month), with sliding doors. Runs are partially covered.

  • Anacapa Barn

    Six 12x12 box stalls with 12x24 runs. All stalls are matted and maintained with bedding (up to 8 bags per month), with sliding doors and partially covered runs.

  • Santa Cruz Barn

    Twelve 12x12 box stalls with 12x24 runs. All stalls are matted and maintained with bedding (up to 8 bags per month), with sliding doors and partially covered runs.

  • Santa Rosa Barn

    Six 12x12 box stalls with 12x24 runs. All stalls are matted and maintained with bedding (up to 8 bags per month), with sliding doors and partially covered runs.

  • Pipe Corrals

    20x30 welded oil pipe corrals, partially covered with mats in feeding area. Bedding options available.

  • Paddocks

    Small pasture-type areas fenced with welded oil pipe. These paddocks are community pens (4-8 horses each) and are in close proximity to the equestrian facility for easy access to the amenities. Horses are fed twice daily (alfalfa and orchard in the morning, alfalfa in the evening).


Wild Pasture

Horses can roam in their natural habitat in our beautiful "wild pasture" areas featuring free-choice grazing, streams, plenty of wildlife, and a plethora of trees for shade and cover. This is ideal for retired horses ready to live out their days, for young horses to grow up strong and agile, or for training/show horses needing a vacation. Horses are monitored daily. Additional feed (alfalfa) is provided at the discretion of the Ranch.

Once a month, on the first Saturday, horses are brought up into a smaller pasture so owners can visit, provide veterinary or farrier care, etc. Any visits outside of these days may be accommodated with advanced notice and for an additional fee of $50 per visit. Due to the remote location of the Wild Pasture on the Ranch, this boarding option is not conducive for owners who plan to make frequent or spontaneous visits to their horse(s).

To maintain a safe and healthy environment for your equine friend, all horses at CLR are required to be current on vaccinations, deworming, and farrier care at all times

The information in this article was current at 06 Dec 2011


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Cañada Larga Ranch - Rates & Services

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