The Kentucky Spring Horse Show is a 5-day hunter/jumper show, and is the first part of the two part Kentucky Spring Horse Show 2015 series. This event draws local riders, international riders and even former Olympians. Headlining this year’s event are the $25,000 Hagyard Lexington Classic (first event in the Hagyard Challenge Series), the $75,000 Commonwealth Grand Prix, the $15,000 USHJA International Hunter Derby, and the $5,000 Hallway Feeds USHJA National Hunter Derby. For more information, visit http://www.kentuckyhorseshows.com or call 859-233-0492.
Equine Events and Competitions
Shows are geared for Thoroughbreds just starting their show careers with entry-level divisions in multiple disciplines, including dressage, combined training, hunter/jumper, and in hand. They provide an affordable opportunity to give your Thoroughbred valuable show experience while helping rescue organizations place Thoroughbreds in new homes.
For more information on the Kentucky Mountain Saddle Horse Association please go to http://www.kmsha.com/index.htm or call (859) 225-5674. Photo courtesy of Deep Meadow Farm.
This is a special Horses and Hope event, held to honor breast cancer survivors, to raise breast cancer awareness among fans, and to provide breast cancer education and mammography screening to horse industry workers.
The crown-jewel of the annual FEI Reining schedule, the $120,000 Kentucky Reining Cup is held in conjunction with the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event and offers the world's most elite reining athletes and the industry's best reining horses an opportunity to shine before large, educated crowds of reining fans as well as international attention.
Cowboy Up For A Cure, Inc. (CUFAC) is a non-profit organization that provides funding to benefit children with various forms of pediatric cancer. The Farmhouse Rodeo is a fundraiser on behalf of their charitable efforts.
The show provides a laid-back atmosphere while allowing exhibitors a first class horse show in a beautiful setting. There is nothing more beautiful than Kentucky in the springtime and no place on earth is more spectacular than the Kentucky Horse Park.
The Spring Bay Horse Trials are the first United States Equestrian Federation competition in the area for the new year for riders from novice to preliminary level and for horses that may be new to the sport of eventing as well.
Dressage and Stadium Jumping will be held on Saturday at the Kentucky Horse Park. Approximately 250 horses have been entered to compete over the two days, with seven states and Canada represented in the registrations.
For more information, contact Mary Fike at 859/621-2479 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Included in Kentucky Horse Park general admission, horse-show only rate available
Main Visitor Parking Lot
The Paul Frazer Memorial Combined Test and Dressage Competition will take place at the Kentucky Horse Park's Dressage Complex and Hunter Jumper Complex.