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2019 Picnic Trail Rides at the Wild Horse Sanctuary in Shingletown

Posted April 26th 2019

Beginning June 8, 2019, to raise money to support the horses, the Wild Horse Sanctuary in Shingletown offers Picnic Rides to the public. Each Saturday in June, July, September and October ride the trails created by the wild horses and burro and have a picnic.

The Wild Horse Sanctuary Picnic Trail Rides will be held on Saturdays only and  begin June 8, 2019, and will be held in June, July, September and October. The morning ride leaves at 9:30 am and includes lunch. The afternoon ride leaves at 1:30 pm and includes appetizers/refreshments. Reservations are required. 

The Wild Horse Sanctuary is rich in Indian and pioneer history. There are remnants of homesteads, Indian camps, arrowheads, and petroglyphs. The existing ranch house is the site of a past circuit court, complete with hanging tree!

Whether riding the valley floor or the rugged, rock-strewn ridges of the Sanctuary, visitors enjoy the excitement of wild herds grazing and running free in their natural surroundings. They share their natural setting with black bear, deer, quail, dove, wild turkey, gray fox, coyote, raccoon, badger, bobcat and mountain lion; also hawks, owls, bald eagles and 150 varieties of song birds.  

Rides go out rain or shine. Be prepared to experience the west as it really is.  

For more details about the 2019 Wild Horse Sanctuary Picnic Rides, visit: http://www.wildhorsesanctuary.org/trail.html  

Note: Group Trail Rides of 8 or more are also available, please call to make arrangements.

For more information or to get involved:  
Visit the Website:  www.wildhorsesanctuary.org,  
Call: (530) 474-5770  
Email: info@wildhorsesanctuary.org   
Visit on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WildHorseSanctuaryShingletown  

The Wild Horse Sanctuary is open to the public free of charge for wild horse and burro viewing on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 10am to 4pm. There is no cost.  

Wild Horse Sanctuary  
5796 Wilson Hill Road  
Shingletown CA 96088  
Telephone (530) 474-5770  
2019 Picnic Trail Rides at the Wild Horse Sanctuary in Shingletown
Article by Staff

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