OCALA, Florida, Jan. 7, 2019–A World Equestrian Center with a main stadium surrounded by a luxury hotel, four indoor and 17 outdoor arenas under construction opened for business Monday with the first horse shows to be staged in two years.
The WEC on 3,000 acres/1,214 Ha with climate-controlled stab1ing for 1,500 horse stalls plans to be available for a variety of competitions including dressage and hunter/jumper shows, and announced it will seek U.S. Equestrian Federation and International Equestrian Federation (FEI) dates.
The new show grounds are part of the corporation operating the World Equestrian Center of four indoor climate-controlled indoor arenas and five outdoors in Wilmington, Ohio that is the largest of its type in the Americas. It has scheduled 24 shows from December, 2018 through October, 2019.
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