After Bromon’ts cancellation of the 2018 World Equestrian Games now the Tryon International Equestrian Center has expressed its interest. Mark Belissimo, managing partner of Tryon Equestrian Partners, confirmed this and wants to ensure that the Games will stay in North America. The American Equestrian Federation has promised to support the initiative. Over the last two years more than $125m have been invested in the facility – there are more than 1,200 permanent stalls, 12 competition arenas, a floodlight arena with 6,000 seats, an indoor arena with 5,000 seats as well as a cross country course, which could support both eventing and driving competitions. So the conditions are more than fulfilled.