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Horse Adoption and Welfare

Open House & Adoption Day

Beautiful spring weather brought plenty of visitors out the the Kentucky Equine Humane Center for the monthly open house and adoption day. A local Girl Scout troop stopped by with a donation of tasty treats and some needed horse...
Q: What does KyEHC do?A: The KyEHC accepts any equine from the state of Kentucky that needs to be surrendered. We are not a sanctuary or retirement facility. If the horses are considered to be adoptable after they've been...

Fundraising

The KyEHC is on GoodSearch.com and GoodShop.com!It's easy to spend hours surfing the web without realizing it. Next time you log on, visit www.GoodSearch.com to help the KyEHC while you point and click. For every search, GoodSearch will donate...
Each year more than 30,000 Thoroughbreds are registered with the Jockey Club. Out of that annual foal crop, one will go on to fame as a Kentucky Derby winner at age three. A few more will accomplish notable racing...
An off the track Thoroughbred (OTTB) can have a difficult time transitioning from the high pressure routine of the racetrack to the more leisurely lifestyle of a second career. With patience and a little planning, an OTTB can be...

New Arrivals

New horses continue to arrive at the KyEHC and are looking for new homes. Check out a few of the recent arrivals and read their stories below. ...
Photo Courtesy Georgetown Equine Scholars ProgramFormer KyEHC Horse of the Week Lotawana is going to college!  Lotawana is a 4-year-old, off-the-track Thoroughbred that two Georgetown College Equine Scholars, Jeanne Shearer and Ashlyn Andserson-Keelin (both Freshman), will be fostering through the remainder...

Good Samaritans

There are plenty of ways to help local rescues. Adopting or fostering a rescue horse is one way, and while many of us would love to do so, it usually is not practical. Volunteering is a great way to...

Bringing a Horse into the Family

You would be hard pressed to find a little girl who would not be thrilled to have a pony. For some, an interest in horses is a passing fancy, eventually replaced by another hobby. For others, that first pony...
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