1833 Corona Ave.
Norco, CA. 92860

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Monthly Training Clinics are scheduled for the 2nd Saturday of each month.

In the event of rain, clinics are rescheduled to the 3rd Saturday of the month.
To view a flyer about the clinics, follow this link.

Starbrite Riding Academy was founded in 1985 by owner and trainer Ray Ariss. For more then 25 years Mr. Ariss has worked with riders of every discipline and horses of every breed. His numerous students, both horses and human, have excelled in virtually every type of equine activity.

Starbrite offers
riding lessons and training programs in dressage, high school exhibition, english, western, driving and behavioral conditioning. We also have premium stallions at stud and some of the beautiful products of our breeding program for sale. Starbrite horses are available for media promotions and have appeared in almost every type of media there is. Whatever your equine dreams are, Starbrite can help make them a reality.


NEW!  Photo Page - See pictures of recent events at our facility.


Extreme Mustang Makeover!



Starbrite Riding Academy  is pleased to announce owner and trainer Ray Ariss has been chosen to own the mustang he trained in the "Extreme Mustang Makeover" .See our News page for more pictures and information about this exciting competition and the results.

Bridleless Jump, Ray on mustang
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A total of 100 trainers from 29 states were selected from among 220 applicants in May during a painstaking process.

Trainers competed in the Extreme Mustang Makeover competition for $25,000 Saturday, September 22, at the Will Rogers Equestrian Center - Watt Arena - in Fort Worth. The trained mustangs were judged on conditioning, groundwork, and a "Horse Course" that required maneuvers and included obstacles found in trail and recreational riding situations. Sunday, September 23, the competing mustangs were available for adoption through an oral bidding adoption at the Will Rogers Center.

"Hail Yeah" was adopted for a whopping $50,000, the highest bid ever for a mustang!  This magnificent horse was then given to Ray Ariss so he and "Hail Yeah" may perform as a team in furthering the cause of the wild mustang all over America.


"Hail Yeah" gathered from Palomino Valley HMA 

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