UPDATE 6/21/20 – Disney has shared some details and new images of the inside of the beautiful, new Tri-Circle-D Ranch.
The new stable has larger stalls for the horses, with 10 additional stalls that are equipped with automatic water stations.
The new barn is over twice the size of the original barn and includes two tack rooms, a wedding harness room showcasing tack for Cinderella’s ponies, and guests will be happy to know that the museum dedicated to Walt’s love of horses has also returned.
The 1907 Dragon Calliope – a horse-drawn musical wagon – that Walt Disney purchased for Disneyland in the 1950s is now on display at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground. Take a look at the video below to see the horses bringing the wagon to its new location:
Additional Images Source: Disney Parks Blog
The baby, named Violet, was born to mom, Elsa. The pair can be seen bonding in the video below.
The new Tri-Circle-D Ranch will officially debut for guests on Monday, June 22nd when the Resort reopens.
Be sure to check out our latest update on the Tri-Circle-D Ranch.
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