The mission of Nevada Horse Park is to create a legacy for equestrians worldwide that will embrace the Cowboy Culture and the spirit of the Sierra Nevada, while drawing on the importance of horses to the community and well-being of their future. The horse will be the spotlight for education through the facilitation of amateur to International quality equestrian competitions, training, teaching, boarding, recreational activities, therapeutic riding, and museums promoting the history of the Western Cowboy and his horses.
The purpose of Nevada Horse Park is to become the definitive equestrian educational facility dedicated to all breeds of horses, and to offer show facilities capable of hosting national and international competitions for many equestrian disciplines and amateur equestrian sports. We will provide a positive economic impact on both the local and state economy by establishing Nevada Horse Park as a nationally recognized tourist attraction, competition facility, and equine office park. Our priority will be to build an eco-friendly facility with the long-term goal of utilizing energy, water, and land conservancy through solar power, ground water protection programs, and agricultural management systems. It is NHP's priority to maintain and preserve the land for future equestrian generations to enjoy in addition to promoting conservation to the community through education and our Cowboy Culture museum. Nevada Horse Park will also host the first ever National Stock Horse Assoc. Museum and Hall of Fame.
NHP plans to partner with the University of Nevada, Reno as advisors regarding water conservation since this is our most precious commodity. Nevada Horse Park is dedicated to preserving the Carson Valley and our quality of life, while providing a world-class equestrian facility that will host some of the worlds most prestigious events such as the Kentucky Horse Park's Rolex 3-Day event. Equestrian events of this caliber would have a tremendous economic impact on Douglas County and surrounding areas.