20 horses are set to start in the Ariat Kentucky Reining Cup held at the Kentucky Horse Park.
For 75 years, Keeneland has been to the Thoroughbred industry what Augusta is to golf or Hollywood is to the movies.
United States rider Boyd Martin leads in day one of the dressage competition at the Rolex Kentucky 3-Day Event presented by Bridgestone.
"The only real challenge in this debate is coaxing the President off of the campaign trail and up to the negotiating table, to get him to choose results over rallies.”
57 horses get accepted at the first horse inspection for Rolex Kentucky 3-Day Event [Equine]
"Really, the thing about Dan that made him so special is that he was just such a gentle, kind and considerate person. When he was an undergraduate, he would volunteer for any cause that came along. He was always trying to help out the underdog."
"We simply do not have the operating revenue to continue the level of service we now provide everywhere because of rising expenses for fuel, health care, pensions and other costs. The proposed changes are designed to keep as much service as possible to meet the greatest needs with a balanced budget."
Rolex Kentucky 3-Day Event competitors take time out of their busy schedules to visit patients at Kentucky Children's Hospital.
APASSIONATA: The Beginning - The beauty and grace of the horse is highlighted with choreographed music as dancing dressage horses and riders grace the arena at Freedom Hall. Exciting stunt riding will thrill the audience as well.
Upon entering Caufield’s Novelties, I was unsure how the shop would look mid-spring. The last time I’d been there, the storefront had a dozen severed clown heads circulating on a Ferris wheel, looking as if they were maniacally plotting against Halloween shoppers. So the question is raised, how does Caufield's do Derby?
Those amazing reining horses are returning to the Kentucky Horse Park's Alltech Arena for the 2nd Annual Ariat Kentucky Reining Cup on April 27-28. Singer Lyle Lovett to compete.
“It has been an honor to serve the 35th district in the Kentucky State Senate and I am proud of the work I have done. However, there are still many issues facing the citizens of Louisville and the Commonwealth of Kentucky that need to be addressed.”