On October 5th, 2017, the Montana Center for Horsemanship opened it's doors to celebrate the completion of the Phase I Development.
Phase I Development included their brand new, state of the art Indoor Arena. The Indoor Arena is as beautiful as it is functional. The riding arena itself spans 135' x 300' while the entire building occupies a footage of 200' x 300'.
Almost two hundred individuals from the community of Dillon, the University of Montana Western, and surrounding regions in Montana, arrived at the Montana Center for Horsemanship on Thursday October 5th, to participate in the unveiling of the Indoor Arena.
The event was attended by special guests who spoke to both the present accomplishments of the Montana Center for Horsemanship and also it's future development plans. The special guest speakers included: The Commissioner of Higher Education for the University of Montana Clayton Christian, the Lieutenant Governor of Montana Mike Cooney, owner of LaCense Montana & MCH Board Member William Kriegel, Chancellor of the University of Montana Western Beth Weatherby, and Senior Natural Horsemanship Student Tess Turk.
The Open House Ceremony launched Phase II of Development for the Montana Center for Horsemanship. Phase II includes the construction of two conference rooms, classrooms, offices, and a veterinarian room within the new Arena Building. Their goal is to give the community of Dillon and surrounding regions a destination conference center for all equine and educational purposes.
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