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- October 1st, 2019 - Special Section

That combination is what makes these the top realtors for equestrian real estate

Devon Camilleri
Pacific Sotheby’s International
(760) 522-8559 • RanchAndEstateHomes.com
DRE# 01047285

Devon is a third generation equestrian and competes in reined cow horse events—with great success! She utilizes her years of experience both as a real estate agent and horsewoman to serve equestrians throughout Southern California. She has extensive experience and expertise in the Bonsall, Fallbrook, Temecula, and Valley Center real estate markets. Whether you are looking to buy or sell a home in the region, she is dedicated to help make that experience as smooth and successful as possible. Devon has developed a finely-tuned marketing program that will make sure the right people see your property. See ad on page 44.

Marcie Campbell
Century 21 Gold
(951) 454-4828 • MarcieCampbell.com

Marcie has been an equestrian professional and a top-producing agent for over 30 years, selling homes in the Inland Empire and in Orange County. A horse owner and rider since childhood, Marcie has shown and trained competitively throughout California. Her experience in the horse industry has provided her expertise in selling horse ranches and working with horse owners with a great success rate.

Marcie’s superior service has enabled the majority of her business to come from past clients and referrals. She has built her business around making sure that clients’ needs come first. “I love my business and would not be where I am today without the awesome clients I have been honored to work with over the many years,” she says. See ad on page 47.

Justin Caudillo
HomeSmart of California
(951) 203-1603 • homesandranchesbyjustin.com

Justin is an honest, reliable realtor with integrity serving the Riverside County foothill and mountain communities of Aguanga, Anza and Mountain Center. Justin serves motivated buyers and sellers in the entire southwest Riverside County area from Hemet to Temecula and Lake Elsinore. He is experienced in the listing and selling of large-acreage ranches, horse properties, land and homes of all price ranges. He is also experienced in helping buyers find owner-financed properties. Clients appreciate his friendly, non-pushy style combined with patience and knowledge. He prides himself on full disclosure and consistent communication with all clients.

He is efficient, a strong negotiator, and employs keen marketing, keeping client interests at the forefront of every transaction. See ad on page 54.

Livia “Wyatt” Earp
Westcoe Realtors
(951) 850-5508
DRE #00458583

Livia “Wyatt” Earp is a “Western girl,” related to the Earps of Tombstone. She’s a Riverside native with great sense of humor, and she has the heritage of the West in her bones. Her descendants moved to San Bernardino and Riverside counties many years ago and can still be found today. Livia has been a horsewoman her entire life and enjoys the rural lifestyle. She is adept at finding her clients “just the right property” where they can enjoy the land and make many memories. She serves Riverside and the Inland Empire. See ad on page 53.

Jewels Farmer
Keller Williams, Norco
(951) 634-9814 • JewelsFarmer.com
DRE #01735199

Horses have always been a part of Jewel’s life, and she currently breeds and shows western pleasure futurity horses. She had a 26-year military career before starting her real estate career, a testimony to her discipline and attention to detail. She is dedicated to finding her clients the perfect horse property. Living and based in Norco and surrounding horse areas, she has plenty of opportunity to use her horse property search-and-sell talents. In the last few years, she has helped hundreds of families realize their dreams of buying and selling equestrian homes. See ads on page 50-51.

Gallatin River Ranch
Kim Fitch, Agent
(406) 581-1496 • GallatinRiverRanch.com

Kim Fitch has been riding horses since she was a child. She started off pleasure and trail riding, but her horse disciplines expanded to teaching when her children also fell in love with horses. Currently, her focus is on trail riding and working with training/horse therapy after her daughter became paralyzed a few years ago and is now back in the saddle! Kim has been a real estate agent for four years. She works in residential and land sales. This special area of Montana has some of the most beautiful horseriding trails, as well as indoor and outdoor arenas and many events in all disciplines. If you love horses and the outdoors, contact Kim to see what Montana has to offer! Email: kimfitch@amerimont.com. See ad on page 48.

Josie Pakula
Pacific Sotheby’s/Russ Lyon
(480) 223-3633 • AZHomeandHorse.com

Josie Pakula has lived in the Valley of the Sun since 1997 and possesses extensive knowledge of this community. She is a U.S. Army Veteran earning her Airborne Wings while on active duty! Josie quickly established herself as a force in the real estate industry upon becoming licensed in 2010, earning recognition for her incredible work ethic, her exquisite attention to detail, her extensive industry knowledge, and her client-centered approach. Josie owns her own horses and supports her two daughters in competitive horsemanship. Her long-term connections within the horse industry and intimate knowledge of the horse lover’s world have enabled Josie to build her niche in horse properties as well as the luxury home market. See ad on page 45.

Barbara Provence
Regency Real Estate Group
(714) 815-7607 • BarbaraProvence.com
DRE #01421734

Barbara was raised in a real estate family, and the lifestyle is in her blood. Even though her family was into hoUses, she was drawn to hoRses. Her dad always told her that “just one letter” was the difference between making money and spending A LOT of money! But she was drawn to horses and has been her whole life. She shares, “If my Dad was still alive, he would be proud that I’ve been able to combine the two into a fulfilling career.” Her discipline is dressage, and she achieved her USDF Bronze Medal and is currently working toward a Silver. She has found being an active participant in the horse industry helps her stay in touch with what horse people are looking for. See ad on page 55.

Carol Shuttleworth
Engel & Völkers
(760) 522-2267 • CarolShuttleworth.EVRealEstate.com
DRE #00975901

After years of riding, training and caring for horses, Carol decided to make equestrian real estate her career. In 1998, she and her husband, Ken, added equestrian properties to their brokerage specialties. They have listed and sold many horse-related properties, including homes with horse facilities, equestrian estates, and large commercial stables. Recently Ken and Carol were asked to affiliate with Engel & Völkers of Rancho Santa Fe and Carlsbad. With their global experience with similar horse properties and the embracing of the equestrian lifestyle, it seemed to be a perfect match. Together, they have the national and international scope many horse owners are looking for in an agent and agency. Carol’s passion for horses and real estate drives her to find the right property for clients who share “horse passion”. See ad on page 49.

Heather Skow
Miramar International, Mill Rock
(310) 424-0805 • facebook.com/heatherskowrealestate
DRE #01921774

As a lifelong equestrian, Heather understands the specific needs of a buyer looking for horse property. When she began her career in 2013, she knew she wanted to take her expertise to the equestrian community and be a match maker for my clients, and that’s just what she’s done. She loves where she lives, loves selling real estate and feels incredibly fortunate to live in Southern California and make dreams happen for my clients. She specializes in Los Angeles, Tehachapi and surrounding areas. Heather donated $500 or 5 percent of her commissions to an animal rescue of her client’s choice at the close of escrow! See ad on page 55.

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