Morven Park Enters Phase I of Equestrian Center Renovation
Teresa Davenport on 03/12/2014
Morven Park continues its 100-year tradition of equestrian excellence with a 2014 groundbreaking planned for Phase I of its equestrian center renovation and expansion.
With a goal of creating the premier equestrian venue on the East Coast, Morven Park’s plans include replacement of its outdoor arenas during Phase I. Future projects include a grand prix field, all new barns and a new indoor stadium to create a comprehensive multi-discipline venue.
Engineering work for Phase I is under way, with groundbreaking anticipated in 2014 for four new competition arenas. All arenas will have terrific new footing, and plans include construction of a viewing pavilion for prime spectator viewing and hospitality.
A number of funding opportunities are available, including naming rights and sponsorships. Interested parties should contact the Morven Park Development Office at 703-777-2414, ext. 6610, or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information click here: http://www.morvenpark.org/explore/equestrian/equestrian-center.html
Morven Park is operated by the Westmoreland Davis Memorial Foundation, a non-profit organization established to preserve and promote the 1,000-acre site and the legacy of its final owner, Westmoreland Davis, who served as Virginia governor from 1918 to 1922.