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Stableyard and barnsAt Peacock Hill Ranch horses enjoy herd living and the company of friends in dry pasture by day, and tucked into cozy stalls for unchallenged meals and a rest. Visitors arriving at Peacock Hill after 6 p.m. find a stable full of well-fed, relaxed horses.

Only a few steps from the stable there is easy  access to the pasture where horses roam at liberty between 7 a.m. and 4 p.m.

Meals are fed at 5 a.m. and 4 p.pm.

Peacock Hill exits onto McBroom Street from which the trails in the Hansen Dam watershed are half a block away. From there we can ride forever in trees, desert, water and groomed trails.

The Peacock Hill property has a rich history. In the 1950s it was home to one of the Lone Ranger’s “Heigh-ho!” Silver horses. In 1989 it was purchased by the Herman’s. Marc Herman was a motion picture stunt pilot and Royan is the family horsewoman and daughter of Roy Engel, the original Sky King.