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The recently reconstructed Central Park bridle path is more than six miles long and encircles the Reservoir as well as the North Meadow.
Horseback riding has been a tradition in Central Park for 150 years, dating back to when the park was originally designed.
The Claremont Riding Academy, built in 1892, operated in Central Park from 1927 to 2007 giving reasonably-priced horseback rides to anyone who wanted them.
In 2007, however, the stable was forced to close and with it the only vendor of horse transportation in the park.
Each year the Club is home to a number of nationally and regionally recognized horse shows.
They accommodate equitation, hunter and jumper classes for all skill levels, and are held throughout the year in both the Indoor and Outdoor Rings, and on the Grass Polo Field.
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The Hunt Club has been the host site of the Connecticut Hunter Jumper Association (CHJA) Medal Finals since 1984.
And has often hosted the Fairfield-Westchester Professional Horsemen's Association (FWPHA) Year-End Finals.
The complex included stables for 60 horses and living quarters for a horse trainer (pikeur).
On the upper floor of the horse trainer's house, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and his sister Marianne gave a performance in 1766.