September 14th at THE RED BARN we will be honoring our new Cowbell of the year and introducing our new board for 22-23 year. Please Call Barbara (805)895-8497 to make reservations and select your dinner menu.
On September 24th at the Historical Museum will be the first annual BO-VINE dinner hosted by the SBCCW. In support or our mission statement to raise money for BEEF education and Scholarship funds as well to support our local community of farmers and growers with the use of locally sourced food and wine for your dinner. The evening will be a fun an educational event where a third generation butcher and world renowned chef have come together with a demonstration of beef carving , and food and wine pairings. Tickets are limited so call to reserve your now. Discount for table purchases.
This ride is a favorite of many. Held on the beautiful Spanish Ranch by our wonderful host Pam Doiron. We will meet up by the pool for appetizers and a little hello before we ride out into the hills for a gorgeous ride under the moon where we will stop for a pot luck dinner and ride back to camp. Stay the night and meet up for pot luck breakfast to say our goodbyes.
Low Tide Ride
Stunning ride on the Hollister Ranch. Ride down along the beach and meet back up at tables where we tie up and have a delicious meal together before we say goodbye. This is a 12 members max ride so make your reservations early!
SBCCW MEMBERS TRAIL RIDE
Please join us on the beautiful and Historic Rancho Tinaquaic.
Our hosts Janet and Mike Kraus will guide us on a trail ride followed by a no host lunch and presentation of the ranch history and a tour of the house (Google Rancho Tinaquaic for more information on this historic land grant).
This will be an intermediate ride about 1.5- 2 hrs., with water troughs and cattle along the ride.
November 12th , 2022
Arrive at .... am
Ride out at .... am
No Host lunch after ride (bring your lunch, beverages, and a chair), some seating available.
Address: 7199 Foxen Canyon Road
(just North of Foxen Canyon Winery)
PLEASE NO -Stallions- Dogs- or Smoking allowed
LORI GONZALVES (805)705-8927
Direction to Rancho Tinaquaic: 7199 Foxen Canyon Rd.
*** PLEASE PAY ATTENTION** Sign at large GREEN gate at the field where we will park shows "ERG Operation Co. Wickenden Lease"
Caution! If you miss the green gate and need to turn around coming from the SOUTH, you must drive 1.5 miles to the RANCHO SISQUAC entrance to safely turn around. Coming from Santa Maria, you may have to drive as far as the TRES HERMANAS WINERY to turn around (4-5miles).
FROM LOS OLIVOS: From 154, turn North on Foxen Canyon RD. Drive 4.3 miles to the "T" stop. Turn RIGHT to stay on Foxen Canyon Rd. Continue for 12 more miles for a total of 16.3 miles. Turn LEFT into the green gate to park.
FROM BUELTON: Take 101 North to just south of Los Alimos, turn RIGHT on Alisos Canyon Rd. Drive East for 6.5 Miles to the "T" stop and turn LEFT onto Foxen Canyon Rd. and drive6 more miles for a total of 12.5 miles. Turn LEFT into green gate to park.
FROM SANTA MARIA: At the intersection of Betteravia Rd and HWY 101, drive East for 15 miles. Betteravia Rd turns intoFoxen Canyon Rd. CAUTION: Just pass the Sisquac Store, Foxen Canyon Rd makes a hard LEFT turn- be sure to make that turn: the road straight ahead is Palmer Rd.