It snowed, no spectators allowed, but the prestigious Kentucky Event is underway with Eventing Supers Stars. This year’s event is able to take place thanks to the financial support of fans, sponsors, and the Kentucky Horse Park Foundation.
Posted on Apr 22, 2021
A fundraising campaign was started by athletes and fueled by the grassroots effort of the broader eventing community, generating more than $550,000 in donations to run the event. “While that still leaves us short of the amount needed, it is enough to convince us that the balance can be raised,” added Cooper. “We are now, with the assistance of the Kentucky Horse Park Foundation, committed to going forward with the Five Star.”
Posted on Feb 11, 2021
Here's how you can help. Without the commitment to allow the spectators, EEI simply could not go forward, but the support to help make this happen in spite of not being able to (at this time) allow spectators has been overwhelming.
Posted on Feb 7, 2021
Lexington, Ky. – US Equestrian, the national governing body for equestrian sport in the United States, hosted an official grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony for the newly-completed, state-of-the-art headquarters located at the Kentucky Horse Park. The new building will provide a collaborative work space for more than 155 employees and service the organization’s 145,000 members, 11 breeds, 18 disciplines, and 20 affiliates. As part of the United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee family, the building proudly displays the official designation of the Olympic rings and the Paralympic symbol, and is located directly inside the main entrance at the iconic Kentucky Horse Park.
Posted on Nov 5, 2019
It’s hard to miss New Jersey’s Alice Tarjan and Candescent when they enter the ring, and the elegant black Hanoverian mare’s extravagant movement and mistake-free performance caught the attention of not only spectators but also the judges on the...
Posted on Nov 9, 2018