A few weeks ago, representatives from KDA met with Park Officials to discuss the plan for the improvements to the Dressage Complex at the Horse Park. Sheila Woerth has been working non-stop on this project and I wanted to share with you parts of the proposal she gave to the KHP.
Quote from the proposal – ‘The purpose of our meeting today is to show you our proposal to transform the KHP Dressage Complex into an exceptional dressage facility to match the other competition areas of the park and to discuss the money we already have amassed to contribute to this project. The Dressage Complex needs 5 competition rings, 5 warm-up rings, and a new 3,000sq.ft. Show Office, new lighting, sound system, and landscaping. All the rings need to be elevated, surrounded by 6" x 6" treated wood, have a Geotextile cover between the underlying layers of rock with PVC pipes with holes, called drainage tiles by the engineers, and 5 inches of Ecotrack footing.”