Even though raising horses is among the precious, scarce agriculture land uses to be saved in perpetuity through conservation easements, the setting up of what amounts to an obesity-fighting horsey greenspace has come under question. Monitors who enforce conservation easements came upon the riding rink near Flat Rock during an inspection last year. They argue the rink obsturbs the viewshed of motorists, who were supposed to be looking at a scenic agricultural vista, instead of the erratically-weaving motorist.