KY Horse Park

KHP Featured by Blog as Top Lexington, KY Attraction

KY Horse Park entrance

Ryan Cox, writing on behalf of Allied Van Lines, recently posted a blog about reasons to relocate to Lexington, KY. Featured in the blog are many Lexington attractions and institutions, including the Kentucky Horse Park.

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Georgetown Debuts Seed to Feed Dinner Series Featuring Local Cuisine at KHP

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.

The monthly dinner series consists of four events in unique locations throughout Georgetown with complementary décor and menus prepared by top chefs from the region.

Student Letters to KY Horse Park

student letter to KY Horse Park

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. It's such a pleasure to be able to share the wonder, beauty, and excitement of the horse with Kentucky's next generation.

Look below to view just a few examples of the magical letters we received this year.

Laura S. Prewitt Named Executive Director of Kentucky Horse Park

Laura Prewitt

The Kentucky Horse Park Commission today selected Laura Prewitt to serve as the Executive Director of the Kentucky Horse Park.

“We believe that Laura’s expertise in strategic planning, media and PR, human resources, management, and business development, coupled with her lifelong involvement in the horse industry in Kentucky, makes her uniquely qualified to serve as the Executive Director of the Horse Park,” said Tandy Patrick, Chair of the Kentucky Horse Park Commission, “the Commission is energized and enthusiastic about the future, and we look forward to Laura’s leadership.”

Lexington Herald-Leader Features EAGALA Event at KHP


Founded in 1999, the Equine Assisted Growth and Learning Association (EAGALA) is an international nonprofit association for professionals incorporating horses to address mental health and personal development needs. Janet Patton of the Lexington Herald-Leader recently featured EAGALA's horse park event in a newspaper feature.

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