After 21 years at the helm of the Colorado Horse Park, founder Helen Krieble has decided it is time to sell the international equestrian facility.
Krieble said the facility was “finally getting where we want to be”, but as she was now in her 70s, it was time to sell.
The 148 acre facility has three barns, 11 arena and 300 stalls and welcomes more than 35,000 visitors per year and hosts more than 40 competitions annually. It can house more than a thousand horses during competitions.
Situated on a hill overlooking the surrounding countryside and the famous Rocky Mountains, it is the largest horse park west of the Mississippi, and has facilities for all seven FEI disciplines.
The park features a derby arena designed by Olympic-designer Linda Allen and a cross-country course designed by Olympic Gold Medalist David O’Connor.
The grand prix jumping arena features VIP pavilions and terraced seating.
Real Estate Listing Agent Suzy Sweitzer, (303) 888-6282.