Traditional neighborhoods have certain characteristics that we haven't seen in conventional development in the last couple of decades. One of them is that the streets are all connected to one another, so you can walk around and come upon another place you've never seen before. Guess what? Waveland already has that very ideal situation - most of the streets connect.
We did have a couple sheets of petitions circulating for people living on the road nearby. I feel 60 horses is a lot for that property. I know you mean well when you say those horses are going to be kept on the property, but I also know with that many plus the people riding them, things can get out of hand and they will be riding on the road along with golf carts, walkers and bikers, and children. It would be dangerous.