What is Wellington’s Equestrian Community?

Wellington has one of the most dynamic equestrian communities in the country and features several venues for a variety of disciplines including polo, dressage, hunter and jumper disciplines as well as non-competitive, family-owned farms. Wellington's Equestrian Preserve Area (EPA) is identified on the Future Use Land Map and is regulated by the Equestrian Overlay Zoning District (EOZD). Wellington's Equestrian Community can be defined by both its location and population. Primarily, the equestrian community is located on 9,000 acres in the western and southern portions of Wellington within the EPA

It includes the: 

  • Bridle Trails
  • Businesses and Parks That Support Horses
  • Facilities
  • Land
  • The People Who Care for Them, Including Owners, Riders, and Caretakers

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1. What is Wellington’s Equestrian Community?
2. What is the Equestrian Overlay Zoning District?
3. What is Wellington’s Equestrian Preserve Committee?
4. Where are Wellington’s Bridle Paths?
5. What are the requirements to build a Manure Bin?
6. What are the frequent definitions and equestrian disciplines?