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Arenas & Trail Course

Wy'east Arena

The Wy'east Arena was originally built in 1974 for equestrian community offerings including horse shows, rodeos, competitions, and recreational horseback riding. Under the current ownership, the entire indoor arena and stall areas have been upgraded to current standards with reformatted footings by Arena Technologies. The arena is 22,000 square feet measuring 110' wide and 200' deep with grandstands that hold approximately 450 people. Since updating, the Wy'east Arena serves the local horse community by offering haul-ins 7 days a week, clinics and workshops by local and celebrity trainers, and quarterly horse shows and barrel races.

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Warm Up Arena

The warmup arena measures 70' Wide, 120' deep, and 8,400 total square feet with reformatted footings by Arena Technologies. It is an ideal addition to the main arena for warm-up runs, bullpens, barrel racing, obstacle training, and more. When hard-packed, the warm-up arena serves as a large useable area adjacent to the main arena. It can house food vendors and spectators or serve your needs for a covered event. Additionally, installed in both arenas is a custom sound system, professionally designed to suit your possible sound needs.

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Cascadia Trail Course

Prior to the current ownership the space south of the main structure (stalls and arena) was an outdoor arena and a few obstacles. This entire space has since been revitalized and redesigned by Mark Bolender, the founder and president of the International Mountain Trail Challenge Association or IMTCA.

Our viewing areas overlook our rolling hills, bridges, a waterfall pond, a multi-leveled pyramid, balance beams, a teeter-totter, maze and more. The true centerpiece of our competition grade course is the stunning 24ft long by 13ft high trestle bridge.In addition to public activities and challenges, this course will also be utilized as a training tool for clinics, lessons and open haul-ins. This space is used as a training tool for clinics, lessons, and haul-ins, as well as organized public events and challenges.

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