Local Feed’s Justin Thompson, Georgetown/Scott County Tourism Commission, LM Communications and Kentucky Proud present the Seed to Feed dinner series this July-October.
Local Feed will host a kickoff for Seed to Feed at Royal Spring Park on June 25 from 11-3 with a hog roast, live music and beer poured by Country Boy Brewing.
Every year, thousands of Kentucky school children visit the Kentucky Horse Park with their teachers and classes. And many times, the park receives wonderful feedback from the children following their visits. We appreciate all of their efforts and look forward to receiving them each spring.
Free family-friendly event held Monday evenings with food and entertainment
The 6th Annual CAA Carriage Festival will be held again in the Alltech Arena on July 1 & 2 offering carriage driving classes for singles, pairs, tandems, multiples and coaches of horses and ponies!
The Kentucky Horse Park Commission today selected Laura Prewitt to serve as the Executive Director of the Kentucky Horse Park.
Governor Matt Bevin today announced six new members to the Kentucky Horse Park Commission and a revamped commission structure.
The Kentucky Horse Park Commission will meet Thursday, May 26, 2016 at 10:00 a.m. EDT. The meeting will be held in the Club Lounge on the second floor of the Covered Arena at the Kentucky Horse Park. The agenda is as follows:
Aaron Vale has widened his early lead in the 2016 Hagyard Challenge Series by claiming the second place prize for the second week in a row during Thursday's $34,000 Hagyard Lexington Classic CSI3*.
Hunter riders braved the rain Saturday in the Stonelea Ring to compete in the second leg of the $40,0000 Hallway Feeds USHJA National Hunter Derby series.
The Kentucky Spring Classic's main event, the $130,000 Mary Rena Murphy Grand Prix CSI3*, was an unforgettable one as Todd Minikus (USA) and Quality Girl pulled off their third FEI win for the week. The win was extra meaningful to Minikus as it honored his dear friend and horsewoman Mary Rena Murphy.