NOTICE: Due to California Gov. Gavin Newson's recent Executive Order N-33-20 in regards to the Coronavirus crisis along with consultation with BPHOA legal counsel, the Board has moved to hold all future BPHOA Board meetings by conference call until further notice.
Please refer to the 'Meetings & Newsletters' tab for further details.
PLEASE NOTE: The BPHOA Board passed a resolution at a special meeting held on Thursday, January 30 for a $75 one-time special assessment fee to all BPHOA Homeowners to repair BridlePath fire & flood damages resulting from the Woolsey Fire:
Payment will be due by April 1. This is *IN ADDITION* to the rise in monthly HOA assessments from $53 to $60 starting with the March 2020 billing.
Please be on the lookout for these changes in your next invoice from Emmons Co.


Established in 1978, the community consists of 630 homes, each on one-half acre or more of land; 7 arenas; 2 round pens; and one 1700-acre private mountain park on the south side against Challenger Park reserved exclusively for association members' equine and pedestrian activities.  Horse trails run on one side of all of the streets in the community and connect to the trails in the private mountain park.

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At most any time of the day, you will see people out walking, riding, and playing with their horses.