The Kentucky Horse Park was mentioned as one of the must-see Kentucky stops in an article published by The Telegraph titled "Southern comfort in states of grace."
The Paulick Report recently published an article giving a detailed look at "The Magic of the Thoroughbred Makeover." The feature, written by Jen Roytz, details last year's event and also provides some information on Thoroughbred Makeover 2016.
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As an agency of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, the Kentucky Horse Park will be closed on Friday, Jan. 22, 2016, due to inclement winter weather per the direction of Governor Matthew G.
Park Closed Dec. 24-25, 31, Jan. 1; Southern Lights Open Nightly Through Dec. 31
The Richmond Register recently posted an article about Southern Lights, which is currently taking place nightly at the Kentucky Horse Park through the rest of the year.
The Kentucky Horse Park makes a fantastic wedding venue, and Kentucky Bride Magazine recently ran a nice feature on a wedding that was held here at the park earlier in the year.
Follow the magical Southern Lights route at the Kentucky Horse Park as seen via horseback by our esteemed Kentucky Horse Park Mounted Police.
Southern Lights and the Kentucky Horse Park are supporting the US Marine Corps Reserve's Toys for Tots toy drive this year. Collection boxes are set up under the Christmas tree in the park’s Visitor Center through Wednesday, December 16.
The Kentucky Horse Park appears at the top of the list for Classic Equine Equipment's "Why You Should Visit Lexington, Kentucky" article. Noted for its horses, museums, and shows, the horse park is in good company with Lexington's bustling downtown, beautiful horse farms, and famous racetrack.