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Great riding arena

Situated at the heart of this complex, the riding arena is one of the main areas where riders have the opportunity to train peacefully. This complex with a “new generation” track (70/30 m) can host high-level competitions. It includes more than 600 seats plus several areas dedicated to sponsors and partners. High-definition screen and high-quality modern audio systems are found. Shows and private evenings, hosting up to 1,500 people, may be organized here.

The complex is linked to a smaller riding arena (40/20 m), in which horses are trained before sport competitions.


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Open all-year-round, it’s a friendly place where clients can eat or drink looking at riders and horses training in the riding arena or external tracks. The menu is the same of a brasserie. Wifi and parking, situated close to the complex, are free. Several evenings and other events may be organized here.

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Great tracks

The complex includes four tracks where horses can train every day. About 80 competition days, including 10 to 12 international events, are organized on the “great track” (6,350 m2), with “new generation” fields. More than 2,000 seats are available. In the surrounding area, exhibitors’ stands may be settled for great events.


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Other tracks

Three tracks with new-generation fields are also included. Their dimensions are: 64/32 m, 40/20 m and 70/31 m. The pole has been recently investing into a 500-m gallop circuit where riders can train horses’ muscles and resistance. This circuit, very popular among horse owners, is innovative for this type of structure. Horses may relax after training, and grass paddocks are not far.

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Four stables host livery horses, under the responsibility of the stables’ chief and his team. The International Equestrian Complex decided to provide specific services to horse owners, ranging from horse to rider comfort: 11.50 m² boxes, showers, solarium, veterinary care, roomy and well-ventilated stables, and, sometimes, video equipment, private or shared saddleries and privileged access to tracks. Special attention is given to horse dietary monitoring. Twice per year, the complex team undertakes a comprehensive assessment of livery horses: weighing, weight gain, ration setting according to horse activity.

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Riding school

The school includes the third riding arena of the complex, with Olympic dimensions (60/20 m) and a 40/20m track. In a cozy club-house, reserved for the equestrian school, students and trainees can meet and family and friends can assist to their courses and lessons.