SECRET WHITE STALLIONS OF THE CAMARILLO RANCH – FIREBALL MALIBU VLOG 722

SECRET WHITE STALLIONS OF THE CAMARILLO RANCH – FIREBALL MALIBU VLOG 722 – After taking the 1961 Cadillac back to The Murphy Museum, Fireball and Kathie are invited to visit the infamous CAMARILLO RANCH and learn about the secret white stallions.

SECRET WHITE STALLIONS OF THE CAMARILLO RANCH – FIREBALL MALIBU VLOG 722 – In the pastoral community of Camarillo, a historic mansion with peaceful, park-like grounds offers a rare setting for all kinds of events—especially weddings.

The product of a romantic gesture, this turn-of-the-century Queen Anne-style estate was built in 1892 by Adolfo Camarillo for his wife Isabella.

The splendid heritage structure and its remaining 4.5 acres were restored by the city in 2001, and today visitors tour the ranch’s original stables, stroll through the beautiful gardens, and explore a living museum expertly reconstructed inside the mansion.

Camarillo Ranch House, also known as Rancho Calleguas and Adolfo Camarillo House, is a Queen Anne-style Victorian house in Camarillo, California.

Built in 1892, the 6,000-square-foot house was designed by architects Herman Anlauf and Franklin Ward., Adolfo Camarillo operated the ranch for 78 years, changing the operations from mostly cattle to crops.

He was a leading innovator growing lima beans, barley, corn, alfalfa, walnuts, citrus and eucalyptus trees.

The house was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2003.

Juan was a member of the Hijar-Padres Expedition to California in 1834 and he settled in Ventura in 1857.

Juan and Martina Camarillo were married in 1840 and moved to Ventura, California in 1854, becoming the fourth European family in the town.

In 1876, Juan Camarillo (1812–1880) bought the 10,000-acre Rancho Calleguas in eastern Ventura County from Jose Pedro Ruiz for $3,000 in gold.

Tomorrow… the Vlog hits Camarillo Ranch!

Have you heard of “The Ranch?” Well, tomorrow you will…