Dr. Marty Becker, Kim Campbell Thornton, and Mikkel Becker of Pet Connection recently published an article titled "Pet Art" that includes the Kentucky Horse Park's International Museum of the Horse.
The article covers eight different museums from around the country that feature animal-related art.
This year’s show will once again feature the nation’s finest hunters in competition with the most significant amount of prize money of any show in the country. This is all made possible by the generous supporters who have stepped forward to sponsor the various hunter divisions at the CP National Horse Show.
Cincinnati Parent recently published an article named "Kentucky Horse Park: A Blue Ribbon Winner." Writer, Sarah McCosham, takes readers on a tour of the park, explaining how the park is great fun for kids and parents alike.
HorseChannel.com recently published an article about training horses to stay calm during chaotic and stressful situations. Captain Lisa Rakes, with the KHP Mounted Police, is interviewed, as well as Mary Elena Moran with the New York State Police Department's Mounted Unit.
After five weeks of premier hunter derby competition in the Hallway Feeds USHJA National Hunter Derby Series, it was young professional Goeffrey Hesslink who topped the leaderboard to take home the 2016 series win and the $10,000 Hallway Feeds Leading Professional Rider Award.
The fourth annual Battle in the Saddle Celebrity Team Penning Event returns to the Kentucky Horse Park’s Covered Arena on Friday, September 30, 2016.
The Kentucky Horse Park Foundation is proud to present the 2016 Battle in the Saddle Celebrity Team Penning competition, presented by Merial.
E2 Show Jumpers proudly announces their support as a corporate sponsor for the 2016 CP National Horse Show, which will take place this fall at the Kentucky Horse Park from November 1 - 6.
Many of the top equitation riders did not become the talented athletes that they are overnight. It is a big commitment during one's junior years, both financially and socially.
Before she heads to the Hampton Classic on Monday, Tori Colvin snuck in one more victory aboard Take The High Road LLC's Cafino in the $40,000 Bluegrass Festival Grand Prix, sponsored by Audi of Lexington, on the final day of Bluegrass Festival Horse Show.
It was the 20-year-old, newly-turned professional rider, Geoffrey Hesslink, who took home not only the blue ribbon and championship cooler for Sunday afternoon's $5,000 Hallway Feeds USHJA National Hunter Derby, but also for the entire Hallway Feeds Hunter Derby Series.