Should you have any questions regarding this mailing, please call us at 949-425-1477.
While this time of year brings lush green hills to the Nellie Gail Ranch community and Equestrian Center, please be aware of the potentially toxic plants that are often lurking among the tall grass. Fiddleneck is one of the many plants that can be toxic to horses and has been seen throughout the hills behind the Equestrian Center and around the community.
Nellie Gail Ranch open space is maintained in a natural state other than annual efforts to perform weed abatement late spring. Horses and pets should not be permitted to graze on Association trails or slopes. Homeowners will also want to monitor what is growing on their open space private property as well.
Please take a minute to select the below link from ucdavis.edu and read the article about Fiddleneck and inspect any areas before you allow your horse to graze to avoid ingestion.
While the amount of accessible Clubhouse space has been reduced during construction, we have been able to keep appropriate space open for parents and players to gather in the cold evenings. We again thank our homeowners, swim participants and tennis members for your patience. We are excited to see these long-awaited maintenance projects coming together and we look forward to showing them off to you upon completion.
We wish all of our Nellie Gail Ranch homeowners a Happy Valentine’s Day. We hope you enjoyed the time with someone special in your life. For those of you who have attended our Wine and Chocolate tasting event in the past, we regret we could not host it this year due to Clubhouse construction. We are in the planning stages of an event to celebrate Grand Re-opening of the Clubhouse and look forward to getting back on track in February 2020 with more wine and more chocolate!
The Tennis & Swim Club will have normal hours, from 6:00 am to 10:00 pm.
Thank you for your patience, it does take time to get to all the trails, especially when it rains weekly as it has so far this year. Boulder has a route of priority areas that we know to look for right after heavy rains but if you are out and about on the trails and see anything that needs to be addressed, please text a photo and location to us at 949-933-8546 and we will be sure to inspect and address as needed.
Laguna Hills Police Services reports that a recent break-in appears to have been targeted as a result of trash containers being left on the street in front of the home several days after trash pick-up. This tip-off that someone may not be home resulted in a break-in and theft. Police Services requests we remind Nellie Gail Ranch homeowners to bring in their trash cans promptly and have someone pick up newspapers or flyers daily if you are going to be out of town.
This link has other tips to prevent crime:
And remember, if you see anything suspicious please call 911 if an emergency or Sheriff Dispatch at 949-770-6011.
Please contact us if you would like to have some or all of the footing we removed for your home arena. We are giving the sand away and only ask that you arrange transport. We have approximately 80 yards available on a first come, first serve basis. If you are interested in taking some, please contact Equestrian Center Manager Charee Jones at 949-371-1595 Monday, Wednesday, Thursday or Friday 7 am-12 pm.