Wednesday Video from Kentucky Performance Products: A Walking Tour of ‘Downtown’ TIEC

Photo by Leslie Wylie. Photo by Leslie Wylie.

You guys, this place is kind of crazy. Tryon International Equestrian Center is for all practical purposes a self-sufficient town, equipped with pretty much everything one needs to get by at least for a week (or as long as your credit card limit allows): restaurants, lodging for horse and rider, a general store, tack shops, a carousel … you know, basic necessities.

Available for purchase in the general store: kale, champagne, giant bags of carrots. Photo by Leslie Wylie.

Available for purchase in the general store: kale, champagne, giant bags of carrots. I would consider two out of three of these basic necessities. Photo by Leslie Wylie.

It’s pretty luxe. Air conditioned bathrooms, y’all. AIR CONDITIONED HORSE SHOW BATHROOMS.

It’s tough to capture in pictures, so I thought I’d take you guys on a quick video walking tour of “downtown” TIEC. Being Wednesday the place is still a bit quiet (aside from the welcome party band that started up in the middle of the second video), but it’s not hard to imagine the whole place bumping on a Grand Prix Saturday night.

Best of luck to all competitors! Go Eventing.

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