News and Articles

Standout Employee

Although form owner Terry Lovingier selected ranch manager Gregorio "Goyo" Rincon as the man who truly makes Lovacres Ranch flow, the entire Rincon family helps in the daily operations on the farm.  Keep Reading (PDF)...

 

California Thoroughbred (November 2014): Lovacres Ranch: Room To Grow

"Most morning Terry Lovingier's blue-eyed pony Albie works hard taking babies to the six-furlong track at Lovacres Ranch near Warner Springs.  Having come from the racetrack, he knows his job and he's good at it."  Keep Reading (PDF)...

 

California Thoroughbred (December 2009): Lovacres Ranch: For The Love Of The Game

“I’m positive about the future. I’m here to stay; I’m here to breed horses and I’m here to race horses in California and the way I look at it, it’s just like anything else, when nobody else is doing something then that’s probably the best time to do it. This is the time for me to be breeding because I’m still young enough. I have no desire to breed anywhere else than here in California.” Keep reading (PDF)...

 

California Thouroghbred (September 2009): Lovingier Family Developing A Farm With an "Altitude"

"Lovacres Ranch is into their third year of operation at their new location in Warner Springs and still building. The 280-acre layout was put into service in late summer 2007, though it's still a work in progress, according to owner Terry Lovingier. "We have a new barn," he said, "and we have some of our own broodmares, as well as those of a number of boarders." Keep reading (PDF)...

 

Lovingier Likes Both His Babies

"INGLEWOOD, Calif. - When the breeder and owner Terry Lovingier first saw Unbridled Meeting shortly after she was born in April 2007, he did not see a potential racehorse, but a filly he might give away." Keep reading...

 

Unbridled Meeting Wins CARF Debutante

Unbridled Meeting led all the way to win the $50,000 CARF Debutante for 2-year-old fillies at Golden Gate Fields on Saturday, August 15th. Keep reading...

 

The Personal Touch

“I was exposed to horses at a very early age and have always loved them,” said Terry Lovingier, a CTBA member since 1998. “My parents kept a couple of Quarter Horse broodmares in our backyard in Lakewood while I was growing up. Between my dad’s horse stories and taking care of the mares, I became horse-crazy as a kid. Keep reading...