Kentucky Horse Park

Richmond Register Features Southern Lights

The Richmond Register

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.

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Southern Lights on Horseback

Follow the magical Southern Lights route at the Kentucky Horse Park as seen via horseback by our esteemed Kentucky Horse Park Mounted Police.

Boasting over four miles of lights, Southern Lights continues to grow and improve each year, adding additional holiday displays along the driven route and expanding its Holiday Festival attractions to enjoy on foot.

Southern Lights has evolved to attract over 120,000 visitors each year from across Kentucky and surrounding states and is regularly chosen as a Top 20 Event in the Southeast by the Southeast Tourism Society.

Please Support Toys for Tots this Holiday Season

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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. If you visit Southern Lights, or your office makes charity plans for the season, please consider contributing a toy to the Toys for Tots campaign to make the holidays brighter for children in our community! Learn more about this wonderful program at or at 859/537-2774.

KHP Makes Classic Equine Equipment's List of Reasons to Visit Lexington

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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.

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Park Open Normal Schedule Friday through Sunday for Holiday Visitors

The Kentucky Horse Park will be closed on Wednesday, Nov. 25 and Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, Nov. 26. The park will be open its normal schedule Friday through Sunday, Nov. 27-29, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The park is normally closed on Mondays and Tuesdays during the winter season, and will not be open Nov. 23-24.


Family-Favorite Event Runs Nov. 20-Dec. 31 at Kentucky Horse Park

A family tradition in Kentucky, the Southern Lights holiday festival, presented by Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Kentucky Inc., returns to the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, Nov. 20-Dec. 31. More than 125,000 individuals in more than 30,000 vehicles attend Southern Lights annually from Kentucky and beyond, making Southern Lights a premier holiday event in the region and nation.

Competitors Overcome All Obstacles to Gather at Kentucky Horse Park for This Week's US Dressage Finals Presented By Adequan®

Competitors are now arriving on the hallowed grounds of the Kentucky Horse Park for this week’s US Dressage Finals presented by Adequan®, and these horses and riders represent a myriad of both physical and personal journeys in traveling from across the country to take part in this unique national head-to-head dressage competition. For one exhibitor, even financial constraints and the memory of an “exploding truck” can’t keep her from making her annual pilgrimage to Lexington.

Alfano, Farmer, Steege, Stewart and Tosh Top Opening Day Hunters at CP National Horse Show

This week, Lexington, Kentucky, ushers in both top racehorses for the Breeders' Cup and the nation's leading hunter and jumper horses for the prestigious CP National Horse Show. The horse show, marking the culmination of the year-long show circuit, kicked off Tuesday morning at the Kentucky Horse Park with a full day of professional and amateur hunter competition.

USA Today Covers Lexington for Breeders' Cup, Recommends KHP

With the Breeders' Cup taking place in Lexington in 2015, USA Today published an article about the city and its many attractions. The Kentucky Horse Park leads its "Don't Miss" section of recommendations.

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