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Reata Ranch is now open

COMMUNITY-Reata-Ranch-LogoReata Ranch is now open for business at the Murrieta Equestrian Park located at 42525 Juniper at the corner of Juniper and Hayes in Old Town Murrieta. Reata Ranch, run by horse trainer Tracy Kuchan, is the first horse-based small business to operate at the Murrieta Equestrian Park since it was purchased by the City of Murrieta in 2009. It is a full-service facility offering boarding, training, lessons, and equestrian themed camps for children of all ages.

Reata Ranch will soon be offering a City of Murrieta parks and recreation program in an effort to provide equestrian camps and equestrian themed recreational opportunities for the community. The ranch also offers equestrian lessons for local charter schools and home schooled children to provide another option for their physical education requirements, and local Girl Scouts can now come to the ranch and earn their equestrian badges.

Tracy says the community support and enthusiasm for this new business had been overwhelming. Reata Ranch strives to preserve the uniqueness of hands on equestrian adventures that happen outdoors, and gets kids active and outdoors in an effort to instill an appreciation for the simple things in life. It provides a safe, clean, family-oriented place for the equestrian community to enjoy. Young riders learn not only how to ride and care for a horse, but as each child becomes more accomplished equestrians, they are offered the opportunity to mentor and encourage newer riders giving them a sense of accomplishment and great pride in their newfound abilities. Working with youth in this fashion positively influences them in their journey to adulthood.

Reata Ranch looks forward working in the community and raising the community’s awareness of equestrian programs offered in the city. Tracy hopes to bring many more families out the ranch and touch them with the work she does.

Check out Reata ranch at their new website located at For more information about Reata Ranch, stop by the ranch of call Tracy Kuchan at 951-239-2394.