Venue Change to Oldemeyer Center, 986 Hilby, Seaside
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WHAT IS the Monterey Horse Park?

A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity

For a world-class equestrian venue


  • To preserve a small part of former Fort Ord for equestrian activities and public recreation
  • To provide a venue for equestrian competition, schooling and education that will generate economic benefits to our community
  • To ensure that this extraordinary land in this unique setting will be enjoyed by future generations

Matching Fund Progress
Thank You, Supporters!


All donations, large and small, are an incredible testimony to the power of us working together to reach a common goal!


Matching Grant Met

Through the amazing generosity and unyielding belief in the Monterey Horse Park by our supporters, we are thrilled to announce that we have received the needed monies for the Harden Foundation Matching Grant.

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The good news continues and we’re moving forward!

The Seaside Planning Commission voted Wednesday evening to move the EIR Certification forward to the Seaside City Council. This is it. This is what we’ve been waiting for. Now is the time for every MHP supporter to demonstrate their support!

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Myron E. “Doc” Etienne, Jr.

Doc, among his many civic activities, was an active and enthusiastic proponent of the Monterey Horse Park, serving with distinction on our board for many years. He was a giant in the community and will be missed.

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Equestrian 2014: Rolex 3-Day Event Cross Country APR 26

Exciting News for MHP Supporters

The Monterey Horse Park Board is excited to report real progress on project approval: last month, our EIR was released to the Seaside City Council, and this has set the approval process in motion.

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Final EIR Released!

The Monterey Horse Park and the remaining phases of the Veterans Cemetery are a part of the overall Monterey Downs Environmental Impact Review which is currently being released. We are excited that it’s been made public and look forward to its approval by the Seaside City Council.

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