|Fri. Apr 1st 2016|
Road Work Completion on Round-up Rd. Phase I
Two new culverts and major road work has been completed on Round-up Rd.
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|Sun. Nov 8th 2015|
Who Do I Call?
Need Help? Who Do I Call?If you are new to the area or have been here a while, you many not know who to call for variou...
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|Sun. Sep 27th 2015|
New Webpage Approved by WHRLA Board of Directors
At their Board Meeting on 9/27/2015, the new 20015 - 2016 Board of Directors approved a proposal by Zina Day-McGuire to put u...
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Welcome to the "new" Wild Horse Ranch Landowners' Association website.
The Fire Danger Rating can now be found on the left side of the page!
As the song (by Garth Brooks) playing on this website implies there is also a “longing” to be at the Wild Horse Ranch. Whether you live here full-time, part-time or own a beautiful lot, there is a” longing” to once again see the picturesque landscape, the quiet surroundings, a cool comfortable altitude of 7,200 to 8,000 feet, star filled evenings, huge stands of pine, juniper and cedar trees, rolling grassy meadows and rugged canyons that attract a variety of wildlife.
Wild Horse Ranch is also rich in History. From the Anasazi Indian ruins to the pioneers who homesteaded the area, the Wild Horse Ranch area has it all. Check out the Anasazi drawings in El Morro National Monument, the beautiful La Ventana Natural Arch, El Malpais (The Badlands) National Monument, and the Cibola Wilderness Area. Explore old pioneer homesteads, rugged mountain canyons and look for the Lost Adams Diggings. Wild Horse Ranch even has its own Ghost Town, Hickman, NM located at the “old mailbox” area. Hickman is a registered Ghost Town in New Mexico and got its beginnings in the 1920’s before it was moved 10 miles south to the old Lehew place.
For all of us who own land and homes in Wild Horse Ranch, we call it “Nature’s Backyard”.
Yes, we did have Wild Horses that roomed this area and hence the name.....Wild Horse Ranch.
The new July 2015 - July 2016 WHRLA Board of Directors has approved the "Annual Road Work" for Wild Horse Ranch Subdivision. (The roads listed below do not include roads that were completed prior to July, 2015.)
The WHRLA is responsible for 52 subdivision roads. The following roads have been graded, with weed removal, in Sept., Oct., and Nov., 2015:
We are awaiting a quote from the road contractor on new culvert installs located on Round-up Rd (close to Phase I Well).
If you have something to sell at Wild Horse Ranch, or have a local business, or a webpage and would like to advertise on this webpage, please send your information to: email@example.com