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Recreation & Equestrian Coalition
P.O. Box 245
Agoura Hills, CA 91376
(818) 991-1236
The mission of the Recreation and Equestrian Coalition (REC) is to inform the public and policy makers about access to and the use of diverse recreational opportunities available throughout Los Angeles County and the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area.
Equestrian Trails, Inc.
ETI Corral 20 - Shadow Hills Roughriders
ETI Corral 54 - Chatsworth Rocky Hill Riders
Equestrian Trails, Inc. was established as a nonprofit corporation in 1944 with the Charter to be Dedicated to the Acquisition and Preservation of Trails, Good Horsemanship, and Equine Legislation." We are a family oriented riding club based in Sylmar, CA.
EquiBlog - Equine Web Log
A new website for information on equestrian issues. It can be found on the web at http://equiblog.kc6hur.net. What is a blog? "A blog is short for web log. It is basically a journal available on the web for posting information on issues--in this case, equestrian.
The Trail Mapping Project
GPS Trail Mapping project starting in the San Fernando Valley and then over the next hill and the next and the next.
California Trail Users Coalition (CTUC)
Our interest in multiple use of our public lands is supported by our involvement as community volunteers to protect our resources while we enjoy them. We support all recreation uses of the National Forest.
Lake View Terrace Home Owners Association
We are a non-profit all volunteer organization dedicated to representing our community and its interests. Membership is open to residents, renters and business owners in Lake View Terrace, Kagel Canyon, Lopez Canyon and Little Tujunga Canyon.
Shadow Hills Property Owners Association
P.O. Box 345
Sunland, CA 91041
The property owners association of Shadow Hills has been dedicated to "maintaining and improving our piece of paradise" and the country lifestyle this part of Los Angeles enjoys.
Chatsworth Equestrian and Land Preservation Association [broken link]
The Chatsworth Equestrian and Land Preservation Association was formed by a group of citizens in Chatsworth, California in February 2001. CLPA was formed to ensure the continued viability of horsekeeping property, promote recreational open space, and preserve the quality of life in the Chatsworth area.
Chatsworth Equine Cultural Heritage Organization
The Chatsworth Equine Cultural Heritage Organization (Chatsworth ECHO) is a grass roots group of horse owners and riders in Chatsworth, California, that has discovered a need for a public voice to protect our trails, to keep them safe, and to create a public awareness for equine safety.
California Dressage Society
P.O. Box 417
Carmel Valley, CA 93924
Voice: 831/659-5696
Fax: 831/659-2383
The California Dressage Society, formed in 1967, is a non-profit organization to further the interest in the equestrian sport called Dressage. It is now one of the largest dressage organizations in the nation with more than 4,000 individual members in its 39 Chapters.
Oregon-California Trails Association
The Oregon-California Trails Association, founded in 1982, is a not-for-profit organization, headquartered in Independence, Missouri, dedicated to education about, preservation and enjoyment of the trans-Mississippi emigrant trails.
Backcountry Horsemen of California
PO Box 40007
Bakersfield CA 93384-0007
(888) 302-BCHC
A non-profit organization made up of individuals from throughout the state who are dedicated to conserving backcountry wilderness and protecting stock users' historic use of wilderness trails and forage.
Rose Bowl Riders, Pasadena
P.O. Box 226
La Canada, CA 91012-0226
(818) 790-8341
A not-for-profit, volunteer-operated horse facility and social club in Pasadena, California.
Valley View Vaulters
11295 Orcas Avenue
Lake View Terrace CA 91342
(818) 302-0153
Valley View Vaulters is a 501(c) (3) non-profit public benefit corporation. Besides lessons for competitive vaulting, Valley View offers classes for home school, handicapped and disadvantaged kids. Many dressage trainers recommend some vaulting to improve the riding "seat". It is an ideal way to introduce riding to those who have never ridden. Valley View is an accredited member of the AVA and National Therapeutic Vaulting organizations.
Tujunga Watershed  
"Promoting ecologically sound watershed management and preserving open space wildlife habitat in balance with the adjacent urban environment."
Valley "Day of the Horse"  
Celebrating the history & heritage of Los Angeles' San Fernando Valley and the role that the horse has played throughout history in all cultures. By focusing on what the communities surrounding Hansen Dam have in common, horses and rural lifestyle, this multi-lingual event provides a unique neighborhood outreach.
To preserve, protect, and defend the urban wilderness of Glendale and the Crescenta Valley.