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Wellington Training Club Launches Web Site

Wellington, FL - January 28, 2009 -- Take a virtual tour of Wellington Training Club through the community's beautiful new web site, which was launched recently. Through the use of sophisticated graphics, Wellington Training Club's creative team has produced a video clip that gives the visitor the experience of being there.

Wellington Training Club, a 525-acre community of farms surrounding the area's premier equestrian amenities, broke ground last month on the 78,000-square foot covered arena. A laminated wood structure that soars high enough to accommodate an elevated viewing walkway, the covered arena is the central feature of the 66 acres of private amenities.

The web site, wellingtontrainingclub.com, gives a visitor every detail about the community, from an aerial layout of its location in Wellington and nearby major destinations to a welcome from the project's equestrian partners, John and Beezie Madden. John, a trainer and teacher who owns John Madden Sales, Inc., and Olympic champion Beezie, one of the most decorated riders in the sport, help tell the story of Wellington Training Club's focus on the comfort and well-being of the horse. It's a place where owners can build a customized farm the size of their choosing and have use of a full complement of highly-maintained equestrian amenities as well.

The virtual tour takes visitors across the elegant stone bridge entryway, highlighting the French Country architecture of the community located off 50th Street in Wellington's Equestrian Preserve. Visitors get a rider's view as the tour tracks a horse and rider along one of the bridle fairways, pausing briefly at one of the many gazebos designed for resting and water.

Virtual tourists then enter the 66-acre amenity, finding themselves inside the covered arena with its standing-seam metal roof at the laminated wood interior, it's designed with the Florida climate in mind.. The tour includes a look at the 39,000-square foot clubhouse and a stroll across the Founders Grove, a 10,000-square foot courtyard connecting the two structures. As the tour hones in on the two large grassed riding fields, visitors will get a sense that they're standing on the viewing deck behind the clubhouse as horses and riders work out below.

The web site introduces visitors to Wellington Training Club's development team, parent company C.L. Financial Ltd of Trinidad and Tobago, and project managers O'Dell Inc. Land Development Consultants of Wellington. Other members of the team include Stuart-based Lucido & Associates, landscape architects, Smith and Moore Architects of West Palm Beach, engineer Alan Gerwig & Associates of Wellington, builder The Weitz Company of West Palm Beach, and Hunt & Gross, P.A. of Boca Raton, attorneys for the project. Diane Jenkins of Jenkins Realty Inc. is the exclusive listing broker for Wellington Training Club.

Visitors who want to be owners can select their favorite lot or assemblage of lots from the master site plan. Perhaps the ideal spot is adjacent to one of the three 2-acre training parks or perhaps near the four all-weather rings. Every farm will have access to the nine miles of wide bridle fairways.

Those wanting more information can leave a name and email address on the web site, or call Jenkins at 561-640-4059.



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

 

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