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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 26, 1996
A fight over an equestrian school at Will Rogers State Historic Park has not escalated to gunslinging, but dozens of student riders have mounted a full-scale campaign to save the park's public riding school from being closed this month. Students have rallied to keep the school on the onetime ranch of the famous "Cowboy Philosopher" in Pacific Palisades by starting a letter-writing and petition drive to convince state officials that it should not be closed this coming Thursday.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 26, 1996
A fight over an equestrian school at Will Rogers State Historic Park has not escalated to gunslinging, but dozens of student riders have mounted a full-scale campaign to save the park's public riding school from being closed this month. Students have rallied to keep the school on the onetime ranch of the famous "Cowboy Philosopher" in Pacific Palisades by starting a letter-writing and petition drive to convince state officials that it should not be closed this coming Thursday.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 23, 1996
A fight over an equestrian school at Will Rogers State Historic Park has not escalated to gunslinging, but dozens of student riders have mounted a full-scale campaign to save the park's public riding school from being closed this month. Students have rallied to keep the school on the onetime ranch of the famous "Cowboy Philosopher" in Pacific Palisades by starting a letter-writing and petition drive to convince state officials that the park should not be closed Feb. 29.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 23, 1996
A fight over an equestrian school at Will Rogers State Historic Park has not escalated to gunslinging, but dozens of student riders have mounted a full-scale campaign to save the park's public riding school from being closed this month. Students have rallied to keep the school on the onetime ranch of the famous "Cowboy Philosopher" in Pacific Palisades by starting a letter-writing and petition drive to convince state officials that the park should not be closed Feb. 29.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 6, 1994 | CECILIA RASMUSSEN and EQUESTRIAN CENTERS: Locations, Los Angeles County / Los Angeles Times
1. RED BARN STABLES * 327 S. Latigo Canyon Road (Calamigos Ranch & Restaurant) Malibu Old-fashioned stagecoach and hayrides are available for groups of 20 to 25, from $200 to $250 an hour. Guided trail rides ranging from one hour to a full day cost $20 an hour. Riders will visit some destinations along the unbeaten path, overlooking the beach and city. The stables also provide two-hour sunset rides, full moon rides once each month, and private lessons. (818) 879-0444 2.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 29, 2010
JAZZ Jane Monheit The vocalist is 33 and 10 years into a career that's seen her collaborating with Michael Bublé and Terence Blanchard, as well as ensnaring two Grammy nominations. On her latest, "Home," she returns to intimately recorded standards with her longtime band, and at this set she'll perform those tracks and classics from her repertoire. Catalina Bar & Grill, 6725 W. Sunset Blvd. 8 p.m. Today-Sat., 7:30 p.m., Sun. 10 p.m. Thurs. & Sat. $30-$70. (323) 466-2210. EVENTS Equestfest A must-see event for equestrians and horse lovers alike, the horses of the 2011 Rose Parade will be on display three days before Pasadena makes their acquaintance.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 24, 1998 | COLL METCALFE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Just as you can distinguish a Southerner from a Bostonian by the shape of their vowels and consonants, so too can you tell a longtime resident of this city from a more recent immigrant. Old-timers--those who can remember livery stables on Los Angeles Avenue and days spent picking wildflowers near the Santa Susana Pass--fervently say "Simi" should be pronounced Si-MEE, with the stress on the second vowel.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 25, 1987 | RICHARD SIMON, Times Staff Writer
Shortly after reapportionment stripped him of a district with expensive homes, fancy restaurants and sleek offices and threw him into a new, semi-rural northeast San Fernando Valley area of numerous horse stables, Los Angeles City Councilman Joel Wachs bought a pair of cowboy boots. They were the wrong kind. He discovered that they were better suited for brunch than horseback riding. It was one of the first lessons that his new constituency was to teach him.
NEWS
November 8, 1989 | JACK CHEEVERS and STEVEN R. CHURM, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
State and local veterinary officials struggled Tuesday to isolate the cause of an unexplained ailment that has killed at least 18 horses and alarmed stable owners and equestrians throughout Southern California. Since the puzzling malady came to light Oct. 28, it has stricken horses at riding stables in Los Angeles, Orange, Ventura and San Bernardino counties, leaving the animals with a progressive paralysis that can kill them within 48 hours.
SPORTS
July 27, 1986 | From Times Wire Services
Wise Times, an 11-1 shot ridden by 17-year-old Chris DeCarlo, waited out a speed duel between Danzig Connection and Broad Brush Saturday, then came from next to last to win the $300,000 Haskell Invitational in the rain at Monmouth Park in Oceanport, N.J. Wise Times, carrying 114 pounds, covered the 1 1/8-mile course in the Grade I handicap for 3-year-olds in 1:48 3/5 to win by 1 lengths over Personal Flag. It was the horse's fourth victory in 10 starts this year.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 6, 1994 | CECILIA RASMUSSEN and EQUESTRIAN CENTERS: Locations, Los Angeles County / Los Angeles Times
1. RED BARN STABLES * 327 S. Latigo Canyon Road (Calamigos Ranch & Restaurant) Malibu Old-fashioned stagecoach and hayrides are available for groups of 20 to 25, from $200 to $250 an hour. Guided trail rides ranging from one hour to a full day cost $20 an hour. Riders will visit some destinations along the unbeaten path, overlooking the beach and city. The stables also provide two-hour sunset rides, full moon rides once each month, and private lessons. (818) 879-0444 2.
NEWS
October 9, 1986 | DENISE HAMILTON, Times Staff Writer
Twenty-five years ago, about 40 commercial horse stables clustered along the east bank of the Los Angeles River, just a short distance from the 60 miles of riding trails in Griffith Park. From Atwater to Glendale to Burbank, the stables formed a rural oasis amid the urban sprawl. Today, only 15 commercial stables remain in the area. Development has slowly nibbled away at the equestrian greenbelt, replacing corrals with condominiums and stalls with stores.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 17, 1992 | PAUL LIEBERMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Sharon Green still hopes that she won't be able to sell Tally, the 6-year-old mare that was her "dream come true," an animal she not only rides but kisses and cuddles. Maybe no one will offer a reasonable price. Or the only potential buyer will look like a horse-beater. "I couldn't possibly sell to anyone who'd mistreat her," Green said. "We'd have to keep her."
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