Horse Station project breaks ground, will be a mixed-use facility

It’s been a vision for several years and now work will soon be starting on the Horse Station at Cache Valley. Groundbreaking ceremonies were held recently at the site of a life-sized horse statue that will serve as the entry way to the Franklin, Idaho sports and commercial complex.

On KVNU’s Crosstalk show Tuesday, Strategy5 master developer Ernest Bleinberger said the project is all about agriculture and horses and it will be a mixed use complex.

“There will be a nucleus of horse facilities, indoor and outdoor, riding arenas and areas, a barn area, equine veterinary hospital, riding trails, access to the (Wasatch) Cache National Forest for trail riding and so forth. In addition to the horse facilities the inter-related projects that make it all feasible include a hotel that would be horse friendly.”

A resident of Smithfield, Bleinberger’s background includes developing facilities that include racing and gambling. Neither will be part of the Horse Station at Cache Valley. For more information about the development, <a target=”_blank” href=””>click here</a>.

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