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Just spoke with the gals at the Tri-circle D Ranch. They have just been informed that Disney is building a new HUGE horse barn to house all the draft horses and ponies. The gals said they are super excited and that each stall will have it's own turn out. They were also told that the new barn and transfer of all horses will be done by September 2019, nine months from now, to make way for the construction that will take place in that area. I asked about the new resort plans and they didn't have any information.

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4 hours ago, Littleolwoman.aka.Kristie said:

The thought is that they will relocate up by the trail horses but that is just the gals speculation. If they do relocate up that direction does that affect the carriage rides? 

That has always been the rumor. Don't think it would affect Carriage Rides, they would just bring them down from the front. 

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40 minutes ago, Grumpy and Grandma said:

That has always been the rumor. Don't think it would affect Carriage Rides, they would just bring them down from the front. 

The gals at the stable were not sure just guessing. They said it would only make sense to put it there since that is where the trail horses leave from. There are 40 trail horses and retraining them on different trails could be a problem. The smell up there is already crazy bad. I can't imagine what it would be like with all the horses in that area.

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