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Thursday, March 23 2017 by Editor
Special Day of complimentary tours for all local horse-lovers Lexington, KY. March 21, 2017 — Maker’s Mark Secretariat Center (MMSC), a premier non-profit re-schooling facility for adoptable Thoroughbreds located at the Kentucky Horse Park partnered with members of Horse Country for Meet the Neighbors, a special day of complimentary tours for local fans. Horse Country’s Meet the Neighbors took place on Saturday, March 18th when all guests and fans toured the heart of the Bluegrass
By Lauren R. Giannini Emblazoned across the top of the blue water tower painted with a mare and foal, the words Welcome to the Horse Capital of the World greet motorists from the westbound side of I-64 near the merge with I-75 en route to Lexington. The racehorses on the water tower are especially
By Susan Friedland-Smith Never in my wildest dreams would I have thought I’d ever have the chance to ride the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event cross-country course during the “Best Weekend All Year” in April! Especially since I’ve had my horse for less than a year and I’m not an eventer. (Details, details!) Thanks to the
By Lauren R. Giannini “It’s all great,” said Cathy Wieschhoff when asked what’s new and exciting with the CW Event Team based at her Carriage Station Farm in the heart of the bluegrass in Lexington, Kentucky. “The farm is going great — my barn is full and people are knocking on the doors. I’m totally
Lexington and The Kentucky Horse Park By Lauren R. Giannini The Kentucky Horse Park, dedicated to horses and their relationship with humans, is nestled north of Lexington. A veritable jewel, it comprises bluegrass, rolling pastures and paddocks behind white board fencing with tree-lined lanes that wind through its 1,224 acres. In 2010, the attention of
At the beginning of May, I had the honor of being a guest on the Dressage Radio Show , a weekly show hosted by Reese Koffler-Stanfield of Maplecrest Farm and Philip Parkes of Philip Parkes Equestrian . The Dressage Radio Show is part the of the Horse Radio Network .
By Ashleigh Brown, Welfare assessment advisor for the Brooke, an international equine welfare charity It’s hot, dusty and crowded. It feels like a hundred pairs of eyes are on me as I examine the desperately thin and despondent horse in front of me. People stare in curiosity at the never-before-seen presence of a farangi (white
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Sunday, April 13 2014 by Editor
This weekend from the beach in Florida, I finally had a few moments to reflect on everything that’s taken place since our move back to Lexington. And I’ve realized that even without a horse of my own, I’ve had a lot of great opportunities to get involved in Lexington’s equine community. I would encourage other hopeful amateurs that may also happen to be horseless at the moment to find ways to get involved in their local equine community.
Lexington has been through one of its most trying winters in decades and it is still not over. Sunny, 70 degree days are enjoyed once or twice a week only to be followed by a day or two of bitter cold and even more snow