Located in the state of California and a city that is situated in the southwestern corner of San Bernardino County. The city is bordered on the northwest side by Los Angeles County, to the south and southwest by Orange County, and in the southeast by Riverside County. Chino Hills was extensively used for cattle grazing after the Spanish founded the Mission San Gabriel in 1771. And during the Mexican Republic occupation, the hills were then used as a spillover grazing from the surrounding Mexican ranchos such as the Santa Ana del Chino and of the Rancho La Sierra, the present-day Yorba. Because of the town’s rolling hills, it has been primarily used in the mid-1970s as an equestrian land and for dairies.
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