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Beat the winter blues and enjoy hot competition in the heated Alltech Arena at the Kentucky Horse Park this weekend Feb. 13 and 14. Watch fierce equestrian competition and stay comfortably indoors this weekend when the United States Mounted Games Association hosts its annual Winter Wonderland. The action starts at 9 a.m.

The Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event, Presented by Land Rover will feature a special concert- Hunter Hayes & Friends - following Saturday's Cross-Country. Known as the "Best Weekend All Year," Rolex Kentucky takes place April 28 - May 1 at the Kentucky Horse Park.

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The Kentucky Horse Park extends its appreciation for the generous donation of time and service by Tree Pro Treework and Landscape on February 2, 2016 to help clear dead trees around the park and campground. Tree Pro's owner, James Sims, has been a tremendous asset to the park and is always available to help the park when needed.

2016 seasonal parking passes are currently available for the Kentucky Horse Park. At a price of $50, this represents a significant savings for those who will be attending multiple events at the park, since the daily parking rate is $5/day and $15/event.

There’s an exciting addition to the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event weekend! Country music sensation Hunter Hayes will be giving a concert in the Alltech Arena at the Kentucky Horse Park on Saturday evening, following Cross-Country. We’re giving you early notice so you can purchase tickets before seats sell out!

On a night dedicated to the horse, two special athletes were recognized for their excellence in 2015 during the USEF's Year-End Awards Gala.

For the second year in a row, Equestrian Events, Inc. (EEI), producer of the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event Presented by Land Rover, is increasing the prize money for America's only Four-Star Event.

Several of the Kentucky Horse Park's past champions were featured in an article published by the Thoroughbred Racing Commentary titled "Racing immortals: four of America's greatest champions."

The Retired Racehorse Project is seeking applications from trainers, according to an article published by the Horse titled "RRP Seeks 500 Trainers for 2016 Thoroughbred Makeover."

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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."