As the home of Canada’s largest horse riding community, Caledon is a town that lives and breathes the excitement of equestrian competitions.
The publicly-owned equestrian park, already considered a world-class facility, is undergoing upgrades and improvements for the Games in two phases of construction.
The improvements and upgrades at the Caledon Pan Am Equestrian Park include:
- A main stadium building that has heat and air conditioning and offers great opportunities for legacy community use.
- Permanent spectator seating.
- A new Grand Prix ring that meets International Equine Federation (FEI) standards, warm-up rings and training areas.
- Top-of-the-line footing installed in the Grand Prix ring and warm-up rings.
- An indoor competition and warm-up riding arena for winter use.
- Improved stabling.
- Upgraded site services.
- And other equestrian related amenities, such as blacksmith and veterinary areas.