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Man o' War

Man o' War was unquestionably the most famous Thoroughbred who ever lived. He dominated his competition like no other horse. 99 years after Man o' War's birth, Terry Conway recently wrote an article on "Big Red" for America's Best Racing.

Cowboy Up for a Cure Rodeo logo

The Cowboy Up for a Cure Rodeo will take its third ride at the Kentucky Horse Park’s Alltech Arena, on Saturday, April 9, 2016 at 7pm.

Funny Cide

Funny Cide is scheduled visit Turfway Park for Spiral Day on April 2, 2016. A longtime favorite at the Kentucky Horse Park's Hall of Champions, Funny Cide will travel to take part in the Spiral Stakes (gr. III) program at Turfway.

Funny Cide with Ronan Cunningham

Funny Cide, one of the Kentucky Horse Park's Hall of Champions stars, shares the spotlight with equine operations director Ronan Cunningham in a recent feature by KyForward.com, which is an online newspaper in Kentucky committed to local news, information, and interesting stories. Photo by Kathy Vespaziani

Kentucky Horse Park Mounted Police

Excerpt from a Warmbloods Today article written by Kim MacMillan
Police Horse Training Builds Confidence for any Discipline

KY Horse Park Breeds Barn Show

Fun-Filled Season Planned for Tourists, Equine Competitors

National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame

Four jockeys, four Thoroughbreds and two trainers comprise the 10 finalists on the National Museum of Racing’s 2016 Hall of Fame ballot, as selected by the Museum’s Hall of Fame Nominating Committee.

For more than 20 years, the Country Heir I and II Horse Shows have been a tradition at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, Kentucky. Preparations for the 2016 shows are well under way, with grand expectations for the two week Premier competition, scheduled to run Wednesday, June 8 through Sunday, June 19.

Frankfort, KY. – Secretary of Tourism, Arts and Heritage Don Parkinson announced that Tandy Patrick will serve as the Chairperson of the Kentucky Horse Park Commission:

Knoll and Horses

The American Saddlebred Museum’s 2016 exhibit will open to the public on April 1, 2016. Titled Trainers’ Treasures: Gifts From Saddlebred Professionals, the exhibit will run through December 30, 2016.