Temecula, California-Place of the Sun
Temecula's history is deeply rooted in a Rural Farming and Ranching Lifestyle. We are aligned with Temecula Valley Rural Lifestyles, a non-profit local organization. If our trails could talk, they would tell a tale of cowboys on horseback driving cattle thru the mist of the valley. Cowboys who rode the dusty trail routes traveled by our Native Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians, church missionaries, hopeful California Gold Rush immigrants and tired passengers aboard the Butterfield Stage line. Today's Temecula remains a special place where despite busy modern-day life, these same Rural Lifestyles continue to flourish. It is a place where families can settle, or just come for a visit. A place to relax and enjoy the many aspects of our beloved community, while surrounded by mountains high and a countryside framed by beautiful vineyards.
We, the Horsewomen of Temecula Wine Country, represent determined women of all ages and walks of life whose love of country and pride of city compels us to preserve our region's heritage. Together we are working to promote and preserve our fertile valley's Farming and Ranching Lifestyles. Many of us are are choosing to live an Equestrian Lifestyle, working within the community to keep trail easements protected for public use. Our wagon-train of Successful Female Community Leaders is proof that in Riverside County's Temecula the POWER OF HOPE, HARD WORK and AMBITION leads to realized dreams! We strive to encourage the next generation to follow our lead by one day taking over the reins of Community Stewardship.