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Horse Adoption, Welfare, and Charities

Throughout 2009, Horse Illustrated has taken you inside the Kentucky Equine Humane Center (KyEHC) in Nicholasville, Ky., for an overview of equine rescue. Hopefully the information you’ve learned has shed some light on the rewards and responsibilities that come...
Here in the United States, there has been a great deal of press on the plight of horses abandoned, neglected and surrendered to rescues in the wake of economic recession. However, even at the low point of the economic crisis,...
When horses arrive at a rescue facility with their hooves in poor condition or a severe hoof ailment, it’s a major cause for concern—as the saying goes, "no foot, no horse.” Depending on the hoof issue, it could affect...
Adequate food, water, health care and space are the bare essentials a horse needs to survive. Unfortunately, there are many horses that don’t receive these fundamentals. Although horsekeeping styles may vary, there are key signs that indicate a horse’s...
In the search for a new horse, you dedicate as much time and effort as necessary to be sure the horse you choose is the right fit. If you make the decision to adopt a horse, you need to...

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...
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