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Petaluma By-Products
84 Corona Rd, Petaluma, CA 94952
Petaluma By-Products is a carcass removal service. It specializes in the disposal of horse bodies.
Primo Cavallo Farms Equestrian Center
499 Pepper Rd, Petaluma, CA 94952
Primo Cavallo Farms Equestrian Center in Petaluma is an upscale, well-managed boarding ranch for your horse or horses.More It's located on Pepper Road off of Stony Point Road, just north of downtown Petaluma. Lessons are available. The ranch is open by appointment only.
Heidi Thompson Quarter Horses
1775 Old Adobe Rd, Petaluma, CA 94954
Heidi Thompson Quarter Horses offers riding lessons, training and boarding. The private ranch has a full equine facilityMore and provides boarding through Sonoma County. Call for more information, camp schedules and pricing. 
Baxman Livestock & Trailer Sales
610 Pepper Rd, Petaluma, CA 94952
In business since 1998, Baxman Livestock & Trailer Sales sells, customizes and services horse trailers ranging inMore size from 15-foot two-horse models to massive 40-footers. Owner Don Baxman handles top brands of new and used trailers such as Silverlite, Circle J, Royal T and Sooner. The facility is spread out on nearly six acres of land on the outskirts of Petaluma and has an adjoining livestock yard.
Hugh White Training Stable (Riverside Equestrian Center)
7600 Lakeville Hwy, Petaluma, CA 94954
Nestled among vineyards and rolling hills, Hugh White Training Stables is located about 10 miles southwest of Petaluma.More Owner Hugh White specializes in horse training and riding lessons, specifically for hunting, jumping and competition. In addition to lessons and training, Hugh White Training Stable also offers boarding, hauling, grooming and more. White is a fourth-generation horseman, and his classical training methods have resulted in many wins for himself as well as riders he has trained and horses he has sold.
Equestrian's Concierge
7600 Lakeville Hwy, Petaluma, CA 94954
Equestrian's Concierge is an outfitter store for horses, riders and spectators. The store carries show apparel forMore all ages from name brands such as Kingsland, Pikear and Goode Rider. Custom boots, coats and quality saddles are also available for order and purchase. Other services include leather stamping, repair, cleaning and embroidery. 
San Antonio Valley Stables
1220 San Antonio Rd, Petaluma, CA 94952
San Antonio Valley Stables is a trusted and long-standing boarding ranch ready to keep your horse healthy and happy. TheMore stable's well-trained and caring staff are always on hand to answer questions and give you a tour.
Saitone's/Elliott Trailers
929 Petaluma Blvd S, Petaluma, CA 94952
Saitone's/Elliott Trailers focuses primarily on providing new and used horse trailers to the Bay area. Its stock alsoMore consists of enclosed trailers and utility trailers. The company's customer support includes parts, services and financing options. Located at the southern end of Petaluma, its large lot houses a repair garage, an office and a number of trailers. 
Kastania Vineyards
4415 Redwood Hwy S, Petaluma, CA 94952

After running an auto repair shop for nearly 30 years, Petaluman Hoot Smith turned from cars to grapes, openingMore Kastania Vineyards in 1995. It would be six more years until the first bottle of wine was sold, but today Hoot and his wife, Linda, run a small operation that produces about 1,000 cases of wine a year.

Although Highway 101 is just a stone's throw away, the vineyard is charming and offers scenic views of the old ranch, with horses and deer grazing nearby and rows of grapes hanging off the vine.

Barlas Feed & Hay
430 Bailey Ave, Petaluma, CA 94952
With a history that dates back to the 1930s, Barlas Feed has been serving Petaluma's animal feed needs for a very longMore time. The store specializes in hay and grain for horses and large animals, but also sells dry pet food and bird seed as well. It can handle volumes ranging from a single bale up to large trailer truckloads and more. The large property and spacious layout make it very easy for customers to drive in and get their goods loaded up. Be sure to keep an eye out for slow-moving dogs and the cats that like to patrol the haystacks.
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