Stepping Stone Farm Wins World Development Group Tack Room Award During Week Eight Of 2012 Winter Equestrian Festival

Stepping Stone Farm Wins World Development Group Tack Room Award During Week Eight Of 2012 Winter Equestrian Festival

Stepping Stone Farm Wins World Development Group Tack Room Award During Week Eight Of 2012 Winter Equestrian Festival

 Wellington, FL (April 9, 2012) – Stepping Stone Farm’s stabling area at the 2012 Winter Equestrian Festival offers its clients, riders and staff all the comforts of home, and the farm’s welcoming setup helped them take home the World Development Group Tack Room Award during the eighth week of the world-class show. The Tack Room Award is sponsored throughout the Winter Equestrian Festival by World Development Group, a premier developer committed to building the equestrian lifestyle in Wellington and around the world.

“We are a big family so it’s great to have a comfortable and functional tack room setup where we can gather at the end of the day and talk about our rides and even plan where we will all go to dinner together,” said Amy Momrow, one of the trainers at Stepping Stone Farm, based in Albany, New York.

Stepping Stone, owned by Sandy Kelly, has 36 horses at the Winter Equestrian Festival with students competing in hunters, jumpers and equitation. “We spend six months in Wellington and six months in New York,” Momrow said. “We always enjoy setting up our stabling area at the show and want to thank the World Development Group for sponsoring the award.”

The World Development Group sponsors the Tack Room Award at the Winter Equestrian Festival, as well as the 1.35m Jumper classes. During week eight of the show, the winner’s of the World Development Group 1.35m Jumper classes included: Caroline Spogli riding Twister, owned by Cavallo Farms LLC; Darragh Kerins, on MTM In Time, owned by MTM Farm; and Andres Rodriguez aboard Abendrot, owned by Arao Enterprises, LLC.

David Zinaman, Director of Real Estate Sales and Marketing for the World Development Group, congratulated Stepping Stone Farm on winning the Tack Room Award. “Stepping Stone has done an excellent job of creating the perfect home-away-from-home at the show grounds,” Zinaman said. “Their stabling area is a great place for their clients, staff and friends to gather and relax while enjoying the benefits of luxury and comfort. World Development Group is dedicated to creating equestrian lifestyles that provide equestrians with upscale luxury along with all of the amenities that make an equestrian’s life complete.”

The World Development Group recently built the new show grounds for the Global Dressage Festival in Wellington and they have also built world-class equestrian subdivisions that have received rave reviews. “Building an international venue in the heart of Wellington has been very exciting for us and it has been a thrill to hear how much the riders, owners, trainers and spectators love the facility,” Zinaman said, adding that the World Development Group is based out of Wellington. “The great news is that we can create a state-of-the-art equestrian lifestyle for every horse person out there, in Wellington or anywhere around the world.”

The World Development Group uses only the finest products and materials, such as those from MD Barnmaster and Rigid Global Buildings. They also offer a fully licensed in-house architectural group, land development division and zoning and engineering team. “The World Development Group is pleased to be presenting the Tack Room Award at the Winter Equestrian Festival. We are truly inspired by the tack room set ups we see at the show grounds as they embody the World Development Group’s vision of creating the ultimate equestrian lifestyle,” Zinaman said.

 

Photo: The staff, trainers, riders and clients at Stepping Stone celebrate winning the World Development Group Tack Room Award during the eighth week of the FTI Winter Equestrian Festival. The Tack Room Award is sponsored throughout the Winter Equestrian Festival by World Development Group, a premier developer committed to building the equestrian lifestyle in Wellington and around the world. (Photo courtesy of JRPR – no photo credit necessary)

Photo 2: Caroline Spogli and Twister were one of the winners of the World Development Group 1.35M class during the eighth week of the FTI Consulting Winter Equestrian Festival. (Photo courtesy of Sportfot.com)

For more information contact:

David Zinaman, Director of Real Estate Sales and Marketing

World Development Group

1-800-583-4190

dzinaman@wdgintl.com

www.wdgintl.com

 

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