This last weekend, I attended the Rancho Days at the Osuna Ranch where Romeo used to live. Once a year, the Osuna Ranch celebrates it’s rich history with festivities and historical tours. Built in 1830, the original adobe house remains on this once 8,000-acre ranch where horses and cattle lived. Owned by Juan Maria Osuna, the first mayor of San Diego, the ranch has been inhabited by horses ever since.
There is a deep, spiritual energy within this land that holds many stories and lessons for those who are sensitive enough to feel it. The horses who now live here have told me stories of how they can feel their ancestry…the spirits of equine brethren who lived and died on this sacred ranch.