Stuck in the house and missing the Kentucky Horse Park? (We miss you too!) That's why we are bringing the Park to you! Get the family together and join us every Wednesday and Friday on our Facebook page for virtual tours and a behind-the-scenes look at the Park!
Completed videos will be shared below and can be viewed on our Facebook page.
Calumet Trophy Collection
Friday, May 29
Welcome our New Horses!
Wednesday, May 27
Memorial Walk of Champions
Friday, May 22
Mounted Police Meet & Greet
Wednesday, May 20
Horse Cookies with KHP Executive Chef, Chris Ross
Friday, May 15
Five Breeds of the Big Barn
Wednesday, May 13
Groom & Shine Demonstration
Friday, May 8
Grooming Tools Flashcards and other educational resources can be found here:
Virtual Horseback Ride
Wednesday, May 6
Paddock views of Kentucky Derby winners Go for Gin and Funny Cide - Friday, May 1
Mounted Police Training Demonstration
Friday, April 24
Name That Breed!
A virtual gameshow from the Breeds Barn - Wednesday, April 22
Go for Gin's 29th Birthday Celebration
Friday, April 17
International Museum of the Horse Exhibit Tour
Wednesday, April 15
Draft Horse Demonstration and Trolley Tour
Friday, April 10
(We lost connection during the LIVE, so be sure to finish your tour by watching part 2!)
Virtual Horseback Ride
Wednesday, April 8
Virtual Field Trip
Kentucky Farms Feed Me - Visit the Kentucky Horse Park
Kentucky Kylie visits the Kentucky Horse Park to learn about Kentucky's horses and how to take care of them. She meets a few famous horses along the way. This virtual field trip was produced by the Kentucky Farm Bureau with support from the Kentucky Agricultural Development Fund and the Kentucky Horse Council.
Watch more Kentucky Agriculture & Environment in the Classroom virtual field trips here!
Apart from actually being here, if you want to get a good feel for Kentucky travel and tourism, videos are the best way. Watch more Kentucky Tourism videos, here!
Since 1978, Kentucky Horse Park has been open to the public as the world’s only park dedicated to man’s relationship to the horse. Working here not only requires an extreme knowledge and love of horses, but also an innate ability to communicate and connect with visitors from all walks of life. Even though employees don’t own the horse at the park, they feel all of the responsibility and joy of taking care of them.
Watch the full series of Behind the Gate
Travel photographer Elia Locardi combines photography with Kentucky’s rich traditions of horse farming and horse racing at a Lexington farm where he captures a sunset view. He learns about Kentucky’s history of horse racing from Rachel Collier Carr, Director Of Community Relations at Churchill Downs, then enjoys a horseback riding adventure at Kentucky Horse Park.