Equestrian training area full public access. Good nonimation candidate or not?
OK interesting one. And yes selecting a horse training area carried risk. But hear me out.
The local Horse yard at the entrance to the park has a POI. The local horse yard is open to the public.
To get to the park the horses walk past numerous POIs and then The horses have a dedicated track around the park with no barriers. Alongside the pedestrian paths. As in adjacent to each other.
The park has a dedicated area for lunging, dressage, show jumping and general flat arena work. This is not closed to the public. It has a wire fence to stop the dogs getting in. But joe blow can walk around.
So in my infinite wisdom (don't go there) I nominated the show jumping, lunging and dressage as areas.
I also followed Criteria. Do not nominate on the sport field. Tick. couple of yards back. Close to the pedestrian tracks around the area.
Reminder - the whole area is open to the public.
It has been rejected for (and consistently) for Natural feature??? Which I don't get.
And Pedestrian access. Which I sort of get but reject as it is not a closed space. It is a public park. Nominating as followed criteria. But yeah. People (not like me) are probs worried by anything with four legs. But hey. I have been attacked and chased by dogs not a horse so I see no probs doubly so :-)
Of course with the other criteria I have no visibility
What are peoples thoughts and should I try again?? Or am I nuts to even consider it :-)
I look forward to your insights
Jump and Riding Ring Equestrian Arena 1
Centennial Park NSW
Other Rejection Criteria
The equestrian grounds in Centennial Park feature 3 jump and general ride arenas. This is Arena 1 and it is the largest jump area being 70 m long and 40 m wide. The arena ground is set in 3.5 hectares of the park dedicated to equestrian activities.
36WM+X3 Centennial Park NSW, Australia
Main photo shows jumps. Supporting photo shows the boundary between the grass and the arena. Map of the Arena shows the layout and position of Arena 1 https://www.centennialparklands.com.au/getmedia/02bd59ce-6a22-4f62-a31f-4eac7bbe0b1d/Equestrian-Grounds-Map.pdf.aspx -- There is a supporting website about the Equestrian Grounds Centennial Park https://www.centennialparklands.com.au/sports/centennial-parklands-equestrian-centre/stable-your-horse/equestrian-grounds
Equestrian Lunging Area
Centennial Park NSW
The equestrian grounds in Centennial Park feature a number of areas for specific horse activities. This the dedicated Lunging Area. The area floor is made up of sand, is square shaped and 30m by 30m. If no lunging is taking place it can be used for flat practice. Lunging is multiple purpose exercise with a focus on communication, relaxing, stretching and muscle work.
Grand Dr, Centennial Park NSW 2021, Australia
The Equestrian Grounds Centennial Park Website https://www.centennialparklands.com.au/sports/centennial-parklands-equestrian-centre/stable-your-horse/equestrian-grounds and Map of the area is here . It is number 5 onthe map. https://www.centennialparklands.com.au/getmedia/02bd59ce-6a22-4f62-a31f-4eac7bbe0b1d/Equestrian-Grounds-Map.pdf.aspx
My first quick impression is that I’m not clear if you are selling this as a point of exploration for anyone to go and watch and see the the horses, or if it is a place of exercise for those on horseback. So maybe make the link to the criteria you are asking for it to be considered under clear.
Thanks @Elijustrying-ING nice angle. Will go again