Equestrian Homes Wellington Florida 33414
Wellington hosts both the Winter Equestrian Festival and many other equestrian competitions each season. The largest horse show in the world is hosted here from January to April and it is considered the top international equestrian destination for the disciplines of show jumping, dressage, and polo. The winter equestrian crowd is very much an international, wealthy, and famous group. Every Sunday during the season, you can find a polo match at the International Polo Club including the championship matches of USPA Piaget Gold Cup and the Nespresso U.S. Polo Open.
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Equestrian Homes and the Equestrian Season
Wellington equestrian homes are generally used seasonally, although some properties are used year round. Over the past 10 years, Wellington as a village has bloomed. There are about 50,000 people living in Wellington now and during the season from January to April, the number goes up to about 300,000. The huge influx of people is due to the equestrian crowd and has the effect of increasing interest and desirability for the equestrian homes in town during each season. Hence, the best time to shop for equestrian properties is after April and before October. Although January starts the peak season, many people start showing up in October to train and enjoy the great weather.
Wellington Florida is a Great Place to Live
Wellington Florida has been in a real estate boom for the past 10 years because of the equestrian areas. The international crowd and people from northern states have taken a liking to the area for more reasons than just the great equestrian sports season. Residents of Wellington Florida don’t pay a state income tax, there is a private airport community for airplane and helicopter owners to keep their planes (RealtyFox can help you get prior permission), Wellington also has plenty of restaurants with top chefs from around the world, a number of public parks and ball fields, The Mall at Wellington Green, and the Wellington Amphitheater.
Wellington is an Equestrian Paradise
Wellington wasn’t originally an equestrian area in the 1950’s when Charles Oliver Wellington, an accountant from Boston purchased the land for a farming venture. And it wasn’t equestrian in the 1980’s when the Gould family tried to create an Indy car community with a private airport so they could fly in and race their cars around the winding streets. Wellington only became an equestrian area in the 1990’s when the polo crowd moved west to take advantage of the sod farms that made great polo fields. And now, the weather is perfect for riding on the miles of scenic bridle trails all year round, equestrian facilities are common and some of the best equine medical professionals live and work here.