The third mini horse trial of the 42 Fleur De Lis Mini Trial Series is set for July 8 at Lands End Farm in Goshen, Kentucky. The closing date for this show has been extended to July 4 so there is still time to enter.
Shelby County, Kentucky's animal shelter is normally a no kill shelter but they have so many more adoptable pets than have been adopted causing the shelter to be way over capacity. Unless some of these pets get adopted they may have no recourse but to start euthanizing some of them.
“Providing meaningful jobs for our young people is one of the most important steps we can take as a community. It can change the future of that young person – and it’s also critically important to our city’s future. We are very grateful to everyone who has helped make this summer jobs program a success this year.”
Where's Waldo in Louisville? We have a fun event coming to our fine city soon that offers fun for all and some sweet rewards.
Join writer Gail Collins in an intriguing discussion about the Lone Star state and conservative political climate change (ha!) this Thursday, June 28th at the Louisville Free Public Library at 7pm.
I'll Have Another, who won two legs of the Triple Crown but was retired right before the Belmont Stakes due to a tendon injury, is sold to Japan's Big Red Farm for stud duty starting in 2013.
Louisville Metro Animal Services has a number of Pit Bull dogs available for adoption and they are not bad doggies. Pit Bulls were once the number one family dog in the USA.
Louisvillian to carry Olympic Torch as it makes its way to the London Olympic's opening ceremonies.
Churchill Downs makes a historical move to revamp the qualifying system for horses to get into the Kentucky Derby and Kentucky Oaks.
Former ‘GQ’ editor turned novelist, Thomas Mallon brings his newest release, ‘Watergate’ to the Louisville Free Public Library this Monday, June 18th at 7pm.
109th World's Championship Horse Show, featuring the ultra elegant Saddlebred horse, is coming to the Kentucky State Fair on August 19 through 25. Tickets go on sale on Monday, June 25.
So many adoptable dogs and cats need their forever homes at Louisville Metro Animal Services. Are you the one to give one of them their loving forever home?