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Spring Down owner gifts equestrian center to Portola Valley

Original post made on Feb 18, 2021

The Spring Down Equestrian Center will be gifted to the town of Portola Valley in the future. Owner Carol Goodstein says it's her way of showing gratitude for all the joy she's had living in the town.

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Posted by pearl
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on Feb 18, 2021 at 3:12 pm

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A bit of history: Spring Down Equestrian Center was originally called "Spring Down Farm" when it was founded and operated by H. Myrl Stearns back in the 1960s.


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