Black Canyon City
Greer - pdf
Hayden - pdf
Heber - pdf
Joseph City - pdf
Lake Havasu City
Mammoth - pdf
Mayer - pdf
Oracle - pdf
Rio Rico - pdf
Salome & Wenden - pdf
San Manuel - pdf
Sun City West
Sun Lakes - pdf
Taylor - pdf
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Major Rivers - Colorado River, Little Colorado River, Gila River, Bill Williams River
Major Lakes - Lake Mead, Lake Havasu, Lake Mohave, Theodore Roosevelt Lake, San Carlos Lake, Lake Powell
Highest Point - Humphreys Peak - 12,633 feet (3,581 m) above sea level
Bordering States - California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah
Bordering Country - Mexico
Origin of the Name Arizona - The word Arizona comes from one of the following (its origin is not certain): the Aztec Indian word "arizuma," that means "silver-bearing," from the Tohono O'odham Indian word "Aleh-zone" which means "small spring," or the Pima Indian word "Ali shonak" which also means "small spring."
State Nickname - Grand Canyon State
State Motto - "Ditat Deus," God Enriches
State Song - Arizona March Song
Dinosaur Fossils Found in Arizona - Ammosaurus, Anchisaurus, Anomoepus, Chindesaurus, Coelophysis, Dilophosaurus, Eubrontes, Massospondylus, Navahopus, Revueltosaurus, Rioarribasaurus, Scutellosaurus, Segisaurus, Sonorasaurus, Syntarsus
Arizona State Symbols and Emblems:
The official state flag of Arizona was officially adopted on February 17, 1917. It was designed by Colonel Charles W. Harris (adjutant general and chief administrative officer of Arizona) and was first sewn by Nan D. Hayden.
The 13 yellow and red rays represent both the Sun's rays and the original 13 colonies of the United States of America. The colors red and yellow are used because they were the colors of the flag of the Spanish conquistadors led by Francisco Vasquez de Coronado, who entered Arizona in 1540 (looking for the legendary Seven Cities of Cibola). The copper-colored star in the middle represents copper mining, since Arizona produces more copper than any other state in the USA.
Arizona was the 48th state in the USA; it was admitted in 1912 (it had been part of Mexico before the Mexican War).
Arizona Ridgenose Rattlesnake
Arizona Tree Frog
Saguaro Cactus Blossom
Arizona Casa - Grande
The bolo tie
Blue and old gold
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Bullock Performance Horses Our 5 acre property features many amenities to help you and your horse feel right at home with us! We have a fun friendly atmosphere and offer something for everyone: Rates start at $225 Please cal or email for more info. 623-680-7943 Fully enclosed show barn and fully covered mare motel stall available. Trail ride out directly from our property! We're also just minutes from Estrella Equine as well as Durango Equine. For your convenience we feature farrier services by Gabe Rameriez.
J-D Ranch is located close to Cave Creek Choice of feed,large arena with lights, 2 round pens, wash rack, and really nice people. Ride from the property Rates start $225. mo,daily turnout for each horse. Overnight stabling $15. A health certificate is needed. Please visit our web site at www.J-Dranch.com or give me a call at 623 465-5555. Please leave a message. Thank you.
Juniper Well Ranch
Juniper Well Ranch in cool Prescott, Ariozna has been boarding horses for over 20 years. Large corrals/pastures with shelters are available from 175.00 per month. From the ranch riders can explore hundreds of miles of trails on state land and National Forest. Day boarding is available for visitors. Horses are fed twice daily. Also a guest ranch for vacationing riders.
American West Quarter Horses
American West Quarter Horses is a full service state of the art 40 acre facility that provides boarding, layups, sales, and training in Roping, Reining, Cutting. 6 working arenas that are groomed and watered daily, stalls with mist and fly systems, personal, private tackrooms, custom exercise packages built just for you and your horse,... There is no other facility like this in the states. Just come for a visit, you will never want to go home!
Twice As Nice Performance Horses
Top notch care at quiet facility in North Phoenix, Desert Hills area. Fully covered mare motel or box stalls with fans & misters. Large turn-outs, hotwalker, secure tack room, trailer parking, 2 lit round pens and large lighted arena with professional footing. Excellent trails, friendly adult boarders. (623) 434-5602
Saber Creek Ranch
Saber Creek Ranch offers full boarding in Surprise, Arizona. We offer fully covered and uncovered stalls in a variety of sizes. Located adjacent to state land, there is plentyof room for riding. We have a 60-foot round pen, 150 x 200 arena, and two smaller turn outs. Please contact us for details.
Sun City, Arizona
Flagstaff's Premier Horse Boarding Facility & Horse Motel. Horse Boarding by the day, week, or month. Indoor stalls, Outdoor stalls & Paddocks. Horses are fed twice daily, stalls cleaned daily including fresh bedding. 24 Hour on-site stable managers. Located conveniently close to I-40 (4 miles) & I-17 (2 miles). Big Rig & Trailer Parking. Call (928) 774-5835 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org . More information is available on our web site: www.mcsstables.com
R & B Ranch, Inc.
We are a small, friendly horse boarding facility in Cave Creek, Arizona, about 20 miles northeast of Phoenix. We charge $250/mo. for a 12' x 12' mare barn stall. Horses are fed twice daily, stalls cleaned daily including fresh bedding. Board includes turnout, blanketing, everything but veterinary and farrier services. We have wash racks, lighted roundpen, and lighted arena.
Twin L Performance Horses
We are a full service (lessons, board, training, sales) Arabian horse facility located just north of Scottsdale in Cave Creek. We specialize in starting newcomers to horses and to the Arabian breed and finding horses for them that fit their dreams, goals, personalities and their budget.