Littleton Equine Medical Center Acquires Colorado Horse Park

Singletree Equestrian, a group of Little Equine Medical Center (LEMC) veterinarians and key stakeholders, announced Wednesday the purchase of the Colorado Horse Park. LEMC will partner with LEG Shows & Events and Charlotte Robson to continue to host horse shows and has plans to build an equine clinic at the facility in the years ahead.

“We are thrilled to announce our purchase of the CO Horse Park! This venue has been and will continue to be such an asset to our Colorado Equestrian Community,” said Dr. Kelly Tisher of LEMC. “Over the next few years, our plan is to create a world class equine clinic at the horse park as well as continuing to improve and expand the horse show facility. We couldn’t ask for a better partner in producing our horse shows than LEG Shows & Events and Charlotte Robson and we’re looking forward to an amazing 2023 show season!”

A Facebook statement further reads:

“The beautiful grounds will stay a refuge in a sea of new homes and a connection to the Douglas County rural past. We will continue to host the national and international shows in coordination with Langer Equestrian Group, and over the next few years we plan to create a world class equine hospital and referral center at the horse park, as well as continuing to improve and expand the horse show facility…We are incredibly excited for this next chapter in the history of the Colorado Horse Park and we’re looking forward to 2023!”

More information will be announced as developments progress.

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The Pacific Coast Horse Shows Association (PCHA)

The Pacific Coast Horse Shows Association (PCHA), a non-profit corporation, has as its main purpose the promotion and development of the sport of horse showing, primarily in the Hunter/Jumper, Western and Reining disciplines. These objectives are accomplished by setting the standards for showing on the West Coast and approving shows that meet these criteria. 

Founded in 1946, the Pacific Coast Horse Shows Association promotes the interests of owners and exhibitors, cooperates with exhibitors, officials, and management of competition, publicizes and advertises PCHA sanctioned shows, encourages and assists owners, exhibitors, and breeders of horses to maintain, develop and improve the quality of horses of the Hunter, Jumper, Western and Reining divisions.

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