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Come  On  Down  to  Peacock  Hill  Ranch

Spread on seven acres,  the ultimate in horse comfort and owner's peace of mind.  Well-behaved dogs welcome!


Our full-sized riding arena features mixed sand footing and is beautifully maintained and regularly watered.  Arena lighting is available through 9 p.m. and the stabling area is lit throughout.

Stabling includes the main barn, a shedrow of indoor stalls and pipe corrals with partial cover, all with deep comfy bedding and automatic waterers as well as full-time pasturing.  Peacock Hill is designed for the comfort of the horse.

Latest  improvements  are  here!

This is one of the recently installed awnings, located by the large barn, providing very welcomed shade when grooming or tacking up your horse. 

The new round pen is officially open!  Whether you're new to groundwork or have been using it for years, the round pen is a useful addition to your training "tool box."  It's easy to enter from the driveway, the footing is new and, to paraphrase Goldilocks, it's not too big, it's not too small, it's just right.


The new wash rack is next to the main barn.  It's covered, has rubber mat footing, and conveniently closer to most of the tack rooms.  Though we might not think about it during winter, come summer, that roof is going to be greatly appreciated on those hot, summer days

Main Barn

Other amenities include:


  • 100 x 200 foot arena with mixed sand footing, groomed, watered and lit

  • 2 Feed rooms

  • Five tack rooms

  • Two washracks

  • Permanent restrooms

  • Ample parking

  • Caring staff of horse people, fluent in English

  • Owner on premises, 24/7 security

  • Assortment of jumps and cavaletti poles available for your use.



The Peacock Hill property has direct access to McBroom street, from which the trails in the Hansen Dam watershed can be accessed. The Angeles National Forest trails are approximately 2 miles from the property.


Next to Main Barn



After spending time in the saddle, if you want to sit a bit, reflect on the great trail ride or lesson you just had, check out some of the relaxing spots.  Think of it as your moment of zen.

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