Travel host Darley Newman explores the Kentucky Horse Park and talks about many of the park's attractions during this two-minute video piece.
During the short video, you get to see a bit of the park as you would as an actual visitor.
LadyAndTheTrack.com is described on its website as "a news site and beginner’s guide to the exciting world of horse racing." As such, it makes sense that one of its writers, Jessica Smith, recently published an article about five jockeys of the past who significantly impacted the Kentucky Derby.
Penny Chenery’s Ticket to the 99th Kentucky Derby and a Rose from Secretariat’s “Blanket of Roses”
Kentucky Artist Commissioned for Bronze Sculpture
In a recent Fox News article titled "The final resting places of 7 American sports legends," the Kentucky Horse Park's Man o' War memorial and grave site was noted among other final resting places, like ones for Joe DiMaggio, Vince Lombardi, and others. The article also notes that the park is the site of Isaac Burns Murphy's grave, as well.
Queen Elizabeth's Granddaughter, Zara Phillips, to Make Debut Appearance
The organizers of the 2015 CP National Horse Show, scheduled for Lexington, Kentucky on October 27th through November 1st, 2015, announced that the show has been chosen as one of only seven events that will comprise the East Coast division of the all-new Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping North American League.
The Kentucky Horse Park is looking for a few specific breeds of horses to be ambassadors for their breeds in the “Breeds Barn Show” at our world-famous tourist attraction. The representatives must fit their breed standards, be sound and between the ages of 5 and 10, preferably geldings, and have no bad habits.
The CP National Horse Show announced today that noted equestrian artist Jan Lukens will create paintings of the 2014 National Horse Show champions and class winners for an art exhibition to be held during the 2015 CP National Horse Show.
Recently, Trekaroo (a web resource widely utilized by parents and grandparents seeking out family-friendly activities) posted a blog listing recommendations for people in the Cincinnati area. The Kentucky Horse Park was mentioned in a section recounting ideas for nearby places to go.