Jackie Autry horse ranch in Anza is ready for fresh riders

Lauren Beale
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Saddle up. Jackie Autry, widow of singer-actor cowboy Gene Autry and former owner of the Angels baseball team, has listed a horse ranch and farm for sale in Anza at $1.475 million.

The 88.5 acres of flat usable land are fenced and contain three homes. The site was previously used as a thoroughbred horse farm. There are multiple arenas, turnouts, pastures, horse/cattle shelters and a 10-stall barn.

The main house is a 1987 manufactured home of 1,664 square feet with three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a porch. A 1951 stick-built house has two bedrooms, one bathroom and 1,161 square feet of living space. The third house, built in 1938, also has two bedrooms and one bathroom.

Silos, three wells, a bunk house and cottonwood trees complete the grounds.

Jackie Autry, 76, served as honorary American League president from 2000-15. Gene Autry, who died in 1998 at 91, had a television show bearing his name, was in numerous films and popularized the song “Back in the Saddle Again.”

The property last changed hands in 2015 for $535,000.

Richard Ragland of R & R Real Estate is the listing agent.

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