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|Horse of the Week: Lady|
Lady is very sweet and easy to handle and groom. She is also very quiet under saddle.
By KyEHC, May 28, 2009
|Horse of the Week: Domani|
Domani is a very fun horse who gets along with other geldings. He is very easy to handle and groom.
By KyEHC, May 22, 2009
|Horse of the Week: Buddy|
Buddy is easy to handle, loves attention and gets along great with other geldings and mares.
By KyEHC, May 15, 2009
|Show Your Support|
The Kentucky Equine Humane Center has several creative ways of raising funds to continue their work caring for abused, neglected and unwanted equines.
By Leslie Potter, May 13, 2009
|Horse of the Week: Wild Sign|
Wild Sign was recently retired from racing and according to the vet he will be sound for pleasure or trails.
By KyEHC, May 11, 2009
|Horse of the Week: Zipper|
Zipper is a nice mare who is progressing nicely at KyEHC. She tries very hard to please and do what we’re asking when we work with her.
By KyEHC, April 27, 2009
|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.
By Elizabeth Moyer, April 23, 2009
Horse of the Week: Phoenix
Phoenix is a very sweet girl, and is easy to handle. She has one blue and one brown eye making her unique!
By KyEHC, April 17, 2009
Horse of the Week: Flutterby
Flutterby Fly is very energetic! She is ready to find a home where she can continue her career as an event horse.
By KyEHC, April 14, 2009
Frequently Asked Questions
Read the answers to some of the questions staff members at the KyEHC are often asked.
By Kim Abbott, April 11, 2009
There are lots of ways to help the KyEHC and their horse-rescuing efforts.
By Kim Abbott, April 1, 2009
Horse of the Week: Shadow
Shadow is doing great at KyEHC. He has made many new friends and gets along great with the other horses.
By KyEHC, March 13, 2009
Horse of the Week: Bill
Bill is a three-year-old Quarter Horse. He loves attention and is easy to handle.
By KyEHC, March 6, 2009
Slideshow: 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 here.
By KyEHC, March 3, 2009
Horse of the Week: Jackie
Although KyEHC has no previous history on Jackie, she is very good under saddle but will need a refresher course.
By KyEHC, February 27, 2009
Horse of the Week: Amos
Amos is an adorable pony! He is currently in a foster home where he is being ridden and started in training.
By KyEHC, February 20, 2009
Horse of the Week: Quincy
Quincy is a very nice older gelding who is quiet under saddle and is ready to be adopted as a pleasure horse.
By KyEHC, February 12, 2009
Higher Education for Lotawana
Former 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 will be fostering through the remainder of the semester.
By Georgetown Equine Scholars, February 7, 2009
Horse of the Week: Blackie
Blackie came to KyEHC with no history. He was abandoned at the farm where he was boarded.
By KyEHC, January 25, 2009
The Bluegrass has been hit with snow and cold, like much of the Midwest. Temperatures have even dipped below zero, and we’ve had a few days of flurries recently.
By Liz Moyer, January 23, 2009
There are plenty of ways to help local rescues no matter what your budget is.
By Leslie Potter, January 21, 2009
Horse of the Week: Spurt
Spurt retired from racing with a fractured sesamoid that is now completely healed. She is looking forward to finding a new home and second career.
By KyEHC, January 16, 2009
Horse of the Week: Duesenberg
Duesenberg is a big beautiful horse. This bay gelding is loaded with personality and loves attention.
By KyEHC, January 8, 2009
The KyEHC Helps Horses Off the Track
Kentucky is the heart of Thoroughbred racing in the United States, and the Kentucky Equine Humane Center takes in many horses from the states’ tracks.
By Kim Abbott, January 6, 2009
Horse of the Week: Magnify
Magnify is easy to handle and has nice ground manners. Retired from racing a year ago, he has been turned out since then.
By KyEHC, December 30, 2008
Horse of the Week: Birda
Birda is a sweet mare who came to the KyEHC emaciated and in poor body condition.
By KyEHC, December 20, 2008
What KyEHC Volunteers Have to Say
Volunteering at an equine rescue has many rewards. Read on to see what some of the KyEHC volunteers have to say about their experiences.
By Kim Abbott, December 19, 2008
Adoption Success Stories: Bobby
Bobby, a 5-year-old Paint stallion, was completely blind from uveitis. However, since he was so calm, it took some time for anyone at the KyEHC to realize it.
By Kim Abbott, December 15, 2008
Horse of the Week: Lotawana
Lotawana retired early from his racing career due to some slight rotation in his left front hoof. Although he is blind in his left eye, he has adjusted very well.
By KyEHC, December 12, 2008
Horse of the Week: Molly
Molly is a five-year-old grade pony that is very sweet and likes to please.
By KyEHC, December 6, 2008
Meet the Staff: Lori Neagle
Executive Director Lori Neagle was one of several horse welfare advocates who met to discuss the issue of unwanted horses and made the decision to create the KyEHC.
By Kim Abbott, December 5, 2008
Horse of the Week: Gator
Gator is an unbelievably sweet gelding who came to KyEHC when his racing career ended.
By KyEHC, December 2, 2008
Meet the Staff: Jennifer Tosch
Jennifer Tosch is the KyEHC’s farm manager. She started out as a volunteer in the summer of 2007 and was the first person to adopt a horse from the center.
By Kim Abbott, November 26, 2008