Yes, it is one horse per acre in the Covenant in RSF, but you must first have 2 acres and then you are alloved one horse per acre. Some Covenant property do have a grandfather clause where more are allowed, We have a property located 5555 Camino Del Norte that allows 4 horses, but it less than 4 acres. Also Non Covenant areas do have a different regulation. We have many horse properties, I would be more than happy to help if you have any more questions or would like to view some of our horse properties.
Anyone is welcome to stop by our office off of San Dieguito Road and we would be happy to show you some great homes in RSF and Del Mar or tour training, boarding, and exercise facilities near our offices.
The Ranch has an excellent horse trail system, it has boarding available and some personal properties near by have state of the art training, boarding, and exercise facilities. English, Western, Show, Polo, and pleasure, all these are available to the equestrian enthusiast...Good luck to you....
Tom & Eva Ulrich...
Bree has it right, know that the very best thing to do is to talk directly to the City of RSF or the Governing HOA. Please know that while it is important for those of us that are agents and brokers to know and understand the guidelines within a particular community, it is best for you to do your own due diligence.
That way, you are personally satisfied with the requirements and restrictions in any community.
Best of luck,
Mark & Kari Shea
Shea Real Estate
Serving San Diego