Equestria International Brands has rebranded the Equestrian Estates at White Fences, which is now known as Equestria Horse Park at White Fences.
The horse park has a rich history in Palm Beach County, hosting the Palm Beach Derby since 1999. In 2000, the horse park hosted the Olympic Section Trials to qualify riders to represent the United States Equestrian Team in Sydney, Australia. Four USET members and one alternate went on to represent the U.S. and receive the bronze medal.
Equestria International Brands will offer upscale alternatives in real estate options. Private equestrian estate packages include a residence, barn and covered, all-weather arena with wide-ranging acreage options. Club Equestria, the first of its kind gated condominium equestrian communities in sanctuary horse park settings, will offer four-, six- and eight-stall private hamlets (barns), including air conditioned tack rooms, half/full baths, kitchenettes and laundry with many other options and configurations. All hamlets also include private paddocks.
Many Club Equestria locations will include multiple indoor, covered and all-weather arenas, each with footing by Premier Equestrian. Owners will enjoy turf fields, eventing courses and access to the trail system. All Club Equestria locations will have 24-hour security. The hamlet purchase options allow for single owner purchase, investment or fractional ownership. Equestria International Brands will also offer the Equestria Inn & Suites and Equestria Oaks brands of condo/hotel extended-stay properties worldwide.
Equestria Horse Park at White Fences is one of three Club Equestria locations being designed and created in Florida markets. The others are in Ocala and Jacksonville. Other U.S. locations include Arizona, California, Colorado, Kentucky, Montana, New York, New Jersey, North Carolina, South Carolina, Texas, Virginia and Washington.
The official launch of Equestria International Brands is scheduled for September 2018. Equestria Horse Park at White Fences’ scheduled completion date is September 2019. A construction moratorium will be in place from Oct. 15, 2017 through April 15, 2018.
Equestria Horse Park at White Fences is now offering 2017-18 winter season temporary stabling options with full and dry-stall stabling accommodating approximately 150 horses. Convenient trailering drop off and loading areas are plentiful, as well as trailer parking. Amenities include four dressage arenas and one 150-foot by 300-foot hunter/jumper all-weather arena resurfaced by Premier Equestrian.
Equestria Horse Park at White Fences offers a sanctuary, country-like, calming atmosphere with direct access to the miles of western Palm Beach County trail systems. Schooling shows and top trainers will be boarding and offering training symposiums throughout the winter season.
Special seasonal pricing packages and pre-construction pricing will be offered on all hamlet sales exclusively for winter boarding clients prior to the grand opening, with early booking specials prior to Aug. 1.
For more information and bookings, contact Carl Ragosta at (732) 684-8071 or email@example.com.