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In Memoriam: Dennis D. Dammerman

Dennis D. Dammerman, 67, of Wellington, Florida, and Saratoga Springs, New York, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, July 23, 2013, at Saratoga Hospital, surrounded by his family. A founding member of Wellington Equestrian Partners, Dammerman built a 38-year career with General Electric…

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Gluck Equine Research Center Receives Grant to Study EHV-1

Wellington Equestrian Partners (WEP) and Tequestrian Farms are pleased to announce a joint partnership to donate $100,000 for a research grant to the Gluck Equine Research Center at the University of Kentucky. The money will be earmarked toward research of…

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New Lawsuit Threatens WEF

Nick Skelton, Great Britain’s Olympic team gold medalist and one of the icons of jumping, on Friday joined American hunter, jumper and dressage riders in speaking out against attacks on equestrian events at Wellington, Florida, where he has been one…

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Wellington’s World Dressage Complex in Jeopardy

On May 22nd, the Wellington city council made a decision that could mean an end to the Equestrian Village and proposed World Dressage Complex. In a split vote, the newly elected council members turned down the Wellington Equestrian Partners’ request…

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Change of Plans for Equestrian Village in Wellington

Developer Mark Bellissimo has withdrawn plans to build a hotel at the proposed Equestrian Village in Wellington, Florida, in response to ongoing public outcry and clear lack of support from the community. The recently elected council, including new Mayor, Bob…

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Construction Halted on World Dressage Complex

Construction has been halted on the World Dressage Complex in Wellington, Florida due to “construction and operation without a permit.” It seems the builders neglected to obtain a permit from the South Florida Water Management District, and as such, are…

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