10 am – Noon
Saturday, November 9th
With Fall upon us, we are celebrating cooler weather with a meet and greet down at the Equestrian Center. Join us Saturday, November 9th anytime from 10 am – Noon for a casual meet and greet of PWS Wranglers and Ranch Horses.
Meet the new members of the PWSHOA team, Alison Ritz and James Leshikar who will be guiding trail rides this Fall and expanding the menu of horse services to also include lessons. All of the ranch horses will be at the barn and you can get to know each one by name and hear more about their personalities. Arena riding will also be available to all visitors. So if you have not ridden before and would prefer a nice introduction to our riding program or a picture with the ranch horses, this is a great opportunity to do so.
Look for an expanded menu of trail rides, lesson opportunities and how to schedule a ride this Fall.
Welcome our new Weekend Wrangler
Join us in welcoming our new PWS Weekend Wrangler. Check the available Trail Rides on the HOA Calendar and email email@example.com to enjoy the Ranch on Horseback and meet Allison.
A little about Allison Ritz:
"My name is Alison Ritz. I am 22 years old and currently living in Buchanan Dam, Texas.I was born in Houston and although I was born in the city, I am definitely a country girl at heart. When I was 12 years old, we moved to the beautiful hill country town of Leakey, Texas; population 439. This is when I discovered my love for horses. I began working at a trail riding stable that owned 33 horses, where I was immersed in the horse world and began soaking up all the information I could. By the end of my 5 years there, I was the lead wrangler and running the place at only 18 years old. Since then, I have acquired much more experience working with numerous horse owners, doing various riding clinics and now own a horse of my own; but trail riding is something I have truly missed. That being said, I am very excited about being a part of the team here at Walnut Springs and getting to know each and every one of you!"
2019 -2020 White Tail Deer Harvest
The Preserve at Walnut Springs Homeowners Association is preparing for our 2019-2020 Whitetail Deer Harvest in accordance with our Wildlife Management Plan.
If you or your family would like to participate in the harvest this year:
We are offering “day hunts” that can be scheduled through the HOA Office.
If your family is not participating in the harvest this year, but will be visiting the ranch trails during hunting season, please follow the mandatory Trail Closures for your safety. Trails that cross nearby a hunting blind have a been marked with a chain across the trail and sign noting the trails closure. Trails are closed in the morning and evenings to allow the hunters the opportunity to hunt from the blinds, and are otherwise open from 10-3 daily. If you see an unmanned vehicle, Hunters will often park their vehicle at the entry point of the trail.
General Season begins on November 2nd and runs until January 1st 2019 and Trails will be OPEN from 10am to 3pm daily.
There will be three exceptions during this time frame when the trails will be open without closure:
Christmas Eve and Christmas Day
January 2nd to January 15th, 2019 is late season and Trails will be OPEN from 10am to 3pm daily.
Jasmin has been working on mapping the Preserve, available pastures for grazing and rotation purposes, topography and soil analysis across the Preserve. The goal is to use the map for land planning including recreational purposes, grazing and improvements. Follow the link to see what soil is on your property along with, fence lines, and recent improvements on the Ranch.
Ranch Interactive Map