What is our motivation:
Country style living - Traditional farm style culture - Condominium style ownership - Shared recreation space - Boarding for horses - Training facilities for horse and owner - A community of passionate horse lovers - Nature conservation - Wild life protection
Broad Description of the Development
This development will consist of various entities that will all co-exist and complement each other. There will be basically three types of activities taking place at various locations on the farm, and described as follows:
On the upper edge of the valley through which the Assiniboine river flows, there will be in the order of 20 building lots (or a few more or a few less, depending on the final landscape design and rezoning process) for private single exclusive residential housing units under a condominium style ownership. Title ownership will be restricted to the house site only, with shared access to the uncultivated land on a communal base for all house owners, including the owners and occupants of the rest of the farm.
The current yard site will be transformed into a tourist attraction in the form of a replica old wild west township. Both sides of the main road will be buildings and activities, typically as it was way back in the old days of farming, prospecting, travelers, etc. On the Northern side of the main road, behind the old-style buildings, will be the horse training facilities and other horse activities such as rodeo and sporting events. On the Southern side of the road, behind the old-style buildings will be used for vegetable gardening and may also include hydroponic and or aquaponic farming activities, all to produce for sale in the town itself to locals and visitors.
The current cultivated land will be used to produce various products for use, processing and selling of the entities in town or outside if an oversupply exists
Description of Land
Uncultivated fields comprising grass lands and primarily oak trees, stretching down into the Assiniboine valley and across the river at the south West of the property. Total area comprising two pieces of land plus the river 346 acres minus the 67 + 31 = 98 acres of cultivated field, thus providing a total of 240 acres of land for common use by the owners and other farm occupants.
Yard site, as indicated, comprising a total of about 30 acres on the east side of the property.
Cultivated fields used by the owner for cultivating various types of agricultural crops for the benefit of the development and stake applicable stakeholders. Total area of about 370 acres of cultivated land.
Activity List under Consideration
Horse riding on the trails - Mountain Biking - Walking routes - Snow Shoeing - Ski Slope - Tobago Slope - Cross Country Running - Bird Watching - Wild Life Photography - Several Research Projects of the wide selection of Fauna and Flora - Barrel Racing - Rodeo - Roping - Equine Agility - Horse Schooling and Rider Training - Gymkhana - Cross Country Horse Racing - Country Side Music Festivals - Treasure Hunting Games - Paint Ball Games - Student Educational Tours - Camping Expeditions - Survival Courses - Fishing
The above items are only a list under consideration. Any item may be removed form the list and new items may be added if found to be appropriate.
Project Manager: Daniel du Toit
Mobile: +1 (204) 720 5403
Postal: Box 10, Site 240, RR3, Brandon, R7A5Y3
Farm: 60080, Road 119W, Riverdale, Manitoba