Beth Good made a career change to real estate after giving birth to her daughter, Grace, at age 40. Having primarily worked out of the saddle teaching and training, it was easy for her to decide that she wanted to work with ranch and acreage property. Nine years later, Beth has closed everything from small to large commercial ranches including high end luxury equestrian estates. She enjoys horse camping with her family and likes to compete in the sport of cutting. Beth served on the Board of Directors for the Rancho California Horsemen’s Association during the time in which the Wine Country Plan became in effect. As part of their mission, the club works closely with the County of Riverside to establish trails throughoutwine country that will be on the maps for future generations. Beth continues to support the equestrian lifestyle in Temecula and hosts a quarterly Hooves to Homes Tour for her client base who are horse owners. These Tours are done by horseback so that existing her clientele can come to know the trails while new client’s get a feel for what it’s like to live and ride in Temecula Wine Country.