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MUSTANGS-- A Living Legacy 2019 Dates

Mustang Trip
May 18-21, 2019
4 Days
Trip meets at River Springs.
Join us to ride in Pizona searching out and observing Wild Mustangs.

Wild Mustangs of the Adobe Valley 2019
Ken Lee Photography Workshop

May 22-25, 2019
4 Days
Maximum of 15 guests
Photographer Ken Lee will help you to improve your photography skills!

In Ken's words: "A thriving herd of hundreds of wild horses roams the floor and hills of the Adobe Valley. Situated between the snow-clad slopes of two major mountain ranges and blessed with a thriving equine population, the Adobe Valley is rich with opportunities to make memorable wildlife and landscape images."

For more information and photos on this wonderfully educational trip, see Ken's website, The Art of Seeing.

Memorial Day Mustang Trip
May 25-28, 2019
(Memorial Day Weekend)
4 Days
Trip meets at River Springs.
Join us to ride in Pizona over the long weekend.
We’ll help you find camping and reasonable accommodations for the night before the trip.

Mustangs-- A Living Legacy
June 1-4, 2019
4 Days
Trip meets at River Springs.
Join us to ride in Pizona searching out and observing Wild Mustangs.

Art of Equine Photography
Workshop with Ivana Crone
June 4-7, 2019
Trip meets at River Springs.
Join a 4-day trip tracking elusive mustang herds into the high desert between the dramatic snowy ranges of the High Sierra and White Mtns. Award winning wild horse photographer Ivana Crone is giving a workshop on how to professionally capture the untamed mustang spirit. She will discuss how to apply anticipation of wild horse behavior to proper camera settings, a deeper understanding of mustang herds' social structure and the technical and artistic ramifications of equine photography. Ivana Crone displays her images in galleries over 3 states and her photo “Little Love Bite” won First Price in the Alpenglow Gallery Grand opening, Colorado 2018.
You may check her website here.
Click here for a full schedule of lecture and activities.

University Extension, UC Davis Mustangs: A Living Legacy
3 University Credits
June 8-11, 2019
As the UC Davis introduction to this course says: "Track and observe wild mustangs in the last remaining herd area not managed by man in the barren and remote high desert area of Pizona in Inyo National Forest, which plays host to North America’s wildest bands of mustangs. This trip combines a superb outdoor adventure with a unique educational experience."
Janet Roser, Ph.D., is a professor with the Department of Animal Science, UC Davis.She directs and teaches the equine program and carries out research in the area of hormone regulation of reproductive function in the stallion and mare.
Craig London, D.V.M., is owner of Rock Creek Pack Station and Mt. Whitney Pack Trains in the southeastern Sierra Nevada mountains. He practices veterinary medicine in Bishop and has taught many UC Davis Extension courses on veterinary care and wilderness horsepacking.
This trip meets at The Inn At Benton Hot Springs. For more information, or to enroll, call University Extension at 1-800-752-0881 or go to the UC Davis Extension course description.

Click HERE for a detailed description of any of the "MUSTANGS -- A Living Legacy" trips originating at River Springs.

Call us TODAY at 760-872-8331 for a quick response to your questions.
You can email us, also.

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Rock Creek Pack Station, Inc operates under permit on the Inyo National Forest.
All Trail Rides and Packing Schools are subject to an 8% regulatory reservation fee, plus 3% USFS fee.
Horse Drives are are subject to an 8% regulatory reservation fee, plus 3% USFS fee.
Mustang Trips are are subject to a 3% USFS fee.
Trips traveling in the Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks are subject to an additional 3% park use fee.

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