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Therapy horses trotting to new stables, horse parkTherapy horses trotting to new stables, horse parkhttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=156012017-01-20T06:00:00Z2017-01-20T23:35:00Z

​​SOUTH DALLAS – Equest, a local non-profit that offers equine therapy services to children and adults, announced it's selling its Wylie property and building a $1.2 million horse arena on the Texas Horse Park property in South Dallas. 

The new complex will be called the Al Hill, Jr. Family Arena after the local businessman donated the money for the project. 

Construction is slated to begin in March 2017 and finish in early fall.

Equest already has a presence on the 302-acre site called Texas Horse Park, which the City of Dallas owns, near the Trinity Forest. 

This new arena will supplement other structures on the property, which include stalls for 38 horses and two other riding arenas.

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