As early as August 15, 2016 the Bulletin quoted Commissioner Ted Owens as saying the following in reference to the Equestrian Games: “The important thing is Columbus, Tryon , Saluda and Polk County need to take the lead and begin planning now and work...
4/26/2017
Thetribunepapers It is not at what was called FENCE on the North Carolina /South Carolina border off of Interstate 26 but at a new one-mile track on 115 acres of land located at 6881 N.C. Highway 9 in Columbus, N.C. This new location will house a...
4/12/2017
According to the FEI, the Tryon games have the potential to be the largest sporting event in North Carolina history, with more than $400 million dollars of projected economic impact and 500,000 spectators over the two-week event. Sabrina Ibáñez ... and...
4/2/2017