The Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels and WHAS Crusade for Children have awarded grants to the Kentucky Horse Park Foundation which will allow for the purchase of a wheelchair accessible golf cart.
In an article titled "Sculpture at Horse Park to be spiffed up for Man o’ War’s 100th birthday," posted on kentucky.com, the Lexington Herald-Leader featured the Kentucky Horse Park's initiative to repair the park's 68-year-old bronze sculpture of Man o’ War.
RVUSA recently published an article titled "Travel Tuesday Featured Destination – Kentucky Horse Park Campground." Within the context of the website's regular Travel Tuesday posts, RVUSA highlights the park's campground, as well as National Taco Day.
HorseChannel.com recently posted a feature article titled "Age Was Only a Number for John Henry." Written by J. Keeler Johnson, the story covers the highlights of John Henry's career, as the anniversary of his death approaches.
Attention Legacy Trail users: Although the new Legacy Trail extension running around the exterior of the Kentucky Horse Park looks complete, please be aware that final prep including important safety signage has not yet been installed at critical intersections, most notably at the main entrance to the Kentucky Horse Park. Until all work is comp
WTVQ recently posted a news story and published an article titled "Mounted Police from Across U.S. Train at Kentucky Horse Park," covering the Mounted Police Colloquium at the Kentucky Horse Park's Alltech Arena.
Cemetery Crawl: History and Mystery of the Kentucky Horse Park
How much do you really know about the Kentucky Horse Park? Are you thinking about equestrian events or the museums? Or perhaps you’re envisioning the miles of fencing and the picturesque landscaping dotted with hundreds of horses.
The Kentucky Horse Park’s International Museum of the Horse has created a cemetery tour to share some of the fascinating history of the park’s historic grounds in a brand new way. Never told before, this limited tour takes visitors around the grounds by shuttle on each Friday night in October, at 5 p.m.
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.