This training center was opened in 1978, and has two separate training track areas, which include various turf and dirt courses. There are approximately 2,300 race horses stabled at the Center.
The MetLife Blimp Program, initiated in 1987, underwent an expansion in 1994. MetLife currently operates two airships known as “Snoopy One” and “Snoopy Two.” Structurally, the blimps are the same A60+ model. Both blimps are permanently decaled with the corporate logo “MetLife” on one side. The opposite side is decaled with MetLife’s ad campaign tagline, “for the if in life.” Snoopy, dressed as ...
Shambhala Mountain Center is a mountain valley retreat located on 600 acres in northern Colorado. Since 1971 the Center has offered hundreds of programs on Buddhist meditation, yoga and other contemplative disciplines. Tamed by thirty years of use as a contemplative retreat, Shambhala Mountain Center is a place where one of the basic truths of Buddhism—t...
Opened in 1969 as Japan's first training center, Ritto features both turf and dirt courses. Besides the fundamental training courses, the Center has also added an uphill straightway, a wood chip course, a beach type track and a racehorse swimming pool in constant modernization of its facilities.
This overlay shows the projected areas of development near Augusta, GA for the International Disc Golf Center. In addition to many chapmionship disc golf courses on property, the center will house the Ed Headrick Memorial Museum, home to the Disc Golf Hall of Fame. The center has its grand opening on April 20, 2007.
The Center sits on roughly 60 acres of land that is bounded by South Shore Drive on the west, 71st Street on the south, and Lake Michigan on the north and east. There is a nine-hole course, run by Kemper Golf that offers a 1st Tee Program for youth; a beach with open space for picnics; picnic areas; gardens; a Nature center and Bird Sanctuary; and a horse stable currently used by the Chicago Po...
Pearlridge Center is the largest indoor, super-regional shopping center in Hawaii with the island's only monorail system that transports customers between Uptown and Downtown Pearlridge and overlooks historic Pearl Harbor and the Arizona Memorial.
The George C. Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC), the original home of NASA, is a lead center for propulsion, Space Shuttle propulsion, Space Shuttle external tank, crew training and payloads, International Space Station (ISS) design and construction, for computers, networks, and information management. Located on the Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville, Alabama, MSFC is named in honor of General G...
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