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Wellington Training Club Fast Facts

What:

Wellington's premier equestrian community nestled in the winter equestrian capital of the world. It provides owners all the advantages of a large training complex coupled with the benefit of owning a smaller farm. It features a 78,000-square foot covered arena to be built of laminated wood with a standing-seam metal roof, and a 39,000 square-foot clubhouse as part of the 66 acres of equestrian-focused amenities. Nine miles of bridle fairways, wide enough to work a horse on the flat, will be woven through the 92 farms in Wellington Training Club. Additional features include two large grassed multi-purpose fields, four all-weather schooling rings and three 2-acre training parks.

Where:

525 acres south of 50th Street between 120th and 130th avenues in Wellington's Equestrian Preserve.

When:

Construction set to begin on the covered arena in March 2009, with the entire training complex completed by the end of 2010. A limited number of farms ranging from 2 to 10 acres or more are available now.

Who:

Owner: Wellington Preserve Corp., a subsidiary of C.L. Financial Ltd. of Trinidad and Tobago.

Project Manager and Designer: O'Dell Inc. Land Development Consultants of Wellington.

Architect: Smith and Moore Architects of West Palm Beach.

Landscape Architect: Lucido & Associates of Stuart.

Engineer: Alan Gerwig & Associates of Wellington.

Broker: Diane Jenkins of Jenkins Realty Inc. of West Palm Beach.

Directions:

From Lake Worth Road and U.S. 441: Travel west on Lake Worth Road to South Shore Blvd., turn left and travel south on South Shore Blvd. to 50th Street. Turn left and travel east on 50th Street approximately one mile to entrance of Wellington Training Club on the south side of 50th Street.

From Forest Hill Blvd. and U.S. 441: Travel west on Forest Hill Blvd. to South Shore Blvd., turn left and travel south on South Shore Blvd. to 50th Street. Turn left and travel east on 50th Street approximately one mile to entrance of Wellington Training Club on the south side of 50th Street.

General Information:

O'Dell Inc. Land Development Consultants 561-753-7296

Sales Information:

Diane Jenkins of Jenkins Realty Inc. 561-640-4059



Photo Credit: Artists Rendering Lucido & Associates. This rendering may be used free of charge only in relation to this press release.

 

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