On Sunday, April 14th, the 2013 Chatsworth's 10th Annual Day of the Horse celebration at Stoney Point Ranch presented by the Chatsworth Neighborhood Council and sponsored by Councilman Mitchell Englander of CD12 was fun for the entire family.
It was also a celebration of the City of Chatsworth's 125th birthday! There were numerous equestrian and entertainment performances by Conejo Valley Riders, Ride with Pride, Valley Vaulters, Stoney Point Riders, Charityville Jail Western re-enactment Team, Chatsworth Park Elementary School Chorus, Jorge Valenzuela & Julia Mann & vendor from Chatsworth Neighborhood Council, Historical Society, Ride with Pride, Corral 54 Trail Trials and Jerry England, cowboy historian, amongst other booths.
The hamburgers, hotdogs, chips and soft drinks were all free provided by the Chatsworth Neighborhood Council. Children were able to create their own Stick Horses and all were winners in the contest. There was a parade of breeds that offered approximate a dozen horses. Visitors could walk around and view and talk to all of the horses in various stalls all with a beautiful backdrop of Stoney Point.