Historic Nelson Ranch

41070 County Rd 18c Woodland, CA Located in Woodland California, close to Sacramento, Davis, Dixon, Vacaville, Winters, Capay, Esparto (530) 304-0140 Website http://www.historicnelsonranch.com

The Historic Nelson Ranch is Yolo County's premier boarding facility. They have won numerous awards and been recognized for the quality of care and level of services they offer.

They are a high end facility with plenty of amenities and luxuries for riders to enjoy. If you are looking for a peaceful and quiet setting to enjoy your horse and get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, give them a call. From grain rooms, hot walker, round pens, oversized stalls at the Historic Nelson Ranch you will find all the ammenities for the horse and rider.

There are English and Western trainers available. We have a world class Reining horse trainer. A western pleasure trainer and a trainer that offers beginning to advanced English and Western horseback riding lessons for adults and children.

Ted Butler starts colts, gently, and finishes reining horses. He has some great quarter horses and paint horses available for sale. He has finished trail and ranch horses for sale. Ted is a member of the NRHA National Reining Horse Associaiton, WCRA West Coast Reining Horse Associaiton. Non Pros always welcome.

Sabrina Hernandez - 5 Star Performance Horses http://www.historicnelsonranch.com/sabrina.html

Teaches beginning to advanced Western and beginning English riding lessons and has a great kids riding program. Sabrina gives trail, equitation, horsemanship and showmanship lessons. She specializes in AQHA and APHA horses. She has finished show horses available for riding lessons to get children and adults startes off riding correctly, with a positive attitude. She will travel to Davis barns and locations for private lessons. Her prices are very reasonable. Sabrina is offering a special summer program for children and students from Davis.

We also offer lay ups and rehabilitation for horses from UC Davis veterinary hospital.

Visit the Historic Nelson Ranch website for more information http://www.historicnelsonranch.com

Even our cats get tired after a hard day of riding!