Here's a 2002 newsletter I penned for the now defunct "Chatsworth Equine Cultural Heritage Organization" (Chatsworth ECHO). The question remains: Are they just a pile of rocks or the hidden gold of Chatsworth?
Over the past 100 years Chatworth, California's rocky hills became an Old West icon that cannot easily be separated from mythical cowboy heroes, names like Hopalong Cassidy, Gene Autry, Roy Rogers, and, of course, the Lone Ranger.
To learn more search this blog -- keywords: Rock Stars http://a-drifting-cowboy.blogspot.com/search?q=Rock+Stars and 100 years of Chatsworth Movies http://a-drifting-cowboy.blogspot.com/2012/04/celebrating-100-years-of-chatsworth_30.html
Not much has changed in a dozen years. In an October 2013, Los Angeles Times news article we learned a Newport Beach developer is reviving a recession stalled housing development, and will soon build 314 houses in Chatsworth's Deerlake Highlands.
Will they be respectful to our history or just bulldoze away? Will horsemen (and women) be forced out of Chatsworth as they have been in most of the rest of the San Fernando Valley?