CALIFORNIA RANGERS

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The California Rangers are made up of two posts (Post I and II), each having four troops. The two posts make up the First Regiment of Cavalry . There are between 10 and 20 young Rangers in each troop. Each troop has a distinctive riding style of either English or Western. The distinction is in the saddle. Each troop rides one night a week between 6:00 and 8:00 pm. The Rangers wear their uniforms at each ride and are inspected prior to the ride. Each troop participates in two post shows (Spring and Fall) and in the Regimental show (December), where both posts come together for a competitive ride.


The California Rangers are made up of two posts (Post I and II), each having four troops. The two posts make up the First Regiment of Cavalry . There are between 10 and 20 young Rangers in each troop. Each troop has a distinctive riding style of either English or Western. The distinction is in the saddle. Each troop rides one night a week between 6:00 and 8:00 pm. The Rangers wear their uniforms at each ride and are inspected prior to the ride. Each troop participates in two post shows (Spring and Fall) and in the Regimental show (December), where both posts come together for a competitive ride.


REGIMENT
 
       
POST I      POST 2
San Fernando Valley Santa Clarita Valley
   
TROOP B MONDAY TROOP Q
   
TROOP D TUESDAY TROOP A
   
TROOP E WEDNESDAY TROOP L
   
TROOP H THURSDAY TROOP C
     
 

EAGLE TROOP

The best riders from both Posts form a team to represent the entire Regiment in outside state regional competitions


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