The Jacksonville Equestrian Center
The Jacksonville Equestrian Center is part of a 2,000 acre tract of land conveyed to the City of Jacksonville for recreational purposes. Since 2014, it has been managed by the Northeast Florida Equestrian Society, a non-profit organization dedicated to the success of the JEC. The Equestrian Center contributes tremendously to overall usage and visibility of the Taye Brown Park and the Cecil Recreational Complex. The primary goal of NFES is to operate the Equestrian Center at the highest professional standards and continue the growth of the facility in order to attract quality events, provide family entertainment and contribute to the economic impact of the local community.
H.O.R.S.E. Therapies, Inc.
H.O.R.S.E. Therapies offers adaptive horseback riding, carriage driving and ground work lessons to individuals with a range of physical, emotional, behavioral and cognitive disabilities. Their barn is located at the Jacksonville Equestrian Center.