The city's planning director Ty Livingston said it is still just a concept, but the city has had developers approach them with ideas.
He said the amendment would allow for the development of homes and facilities used for housing, boarding and training horses.
He explained. "One potential form that these can come in is you have a one of two acre ranch where you can have homes on the acreage with a horse or two and then you have a large common area that has an arena on it that's designed for being able to run the horses a lot more."
Pending the decision tonight, any equestrian subdivision projects will go before the zoning board and then back to city council for final approval.