The Colorado Horse Park
Situated on a hill overlooking the surrounding countryside and the famous Rocky Mountains, The Colorado Horse Park is the largest horse park West of the Mississippi. CHP offers the opportunity to participate in, enjoy and support world-class equestrian sports. Amateurs, juniors and Olympians in all disciplines compete at CHP each year, making it one of the most influential equestrian centers in North America.
The Colorado Horse Park is an international equestrian complex with more than 40 events a year. The sprawling facility boost 11 arenas, 300 permanent show stalls and enough portable stalls for 1000 competing horses. The park host prestigious competitions such as the North American Junior and Young Rider Championships to providing an ideal location for local clinics and educational events for all ages.
The Colorado Horse Park's purpose is to promote amateur athletics and to lessen the burden on government for the community, the region and the country in a number of ways including: sponsoring amateur athletics, preservation of open space, fundraising for charitable purposes and supporting non-profit organizations.
The Colorado Horse Park has served as a role model for other horse parks. Planners and staff from proposed parks in California, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Texas and Canada have visited and studied CHP.