A local member of Covered Bridge Pony Club is headed to Australia as part of the International Pony Club Games Team.
The University of Louisville Equestrian Team will host a Hunter Horse Show at Stone Place Stables in Prospect, Kentucky. This horse show is a benefit fundraiser for the team.
The Arabian Horse Celebration is bringing its inaugural big show to Louisville at Kentucky Exposition Center on September 19-22, 2012. This once again affirms Kentucky as the reigning Horse Capital of the World as it continues to host some of the biggest Equestrian Events in the World.
Beautiful horses with a lot of bling color and spots are what you will see at the Kentucky Paint Horse Club's Annual Spring Paint-O-Rama Horse Show in Frankfort, Kentucky's Lakeside Arena on March 31 and April 1.
Yankeetown Arena, in Henryville, Indiana, to host National Barrel Horse Association IN04 approved horse show on March 24.
Southern Indiana Animal Rescue needs supplies for livestock and other animals impacted by the March 2 tornadoes. Volunteer help is always needed to put up fencing for livestock in areas struck by the tornadoes.
The Clark State Forestry in Southern Indiana closes horse trails located on the northern end of the property due to the March 2 extensive tornado damage. Deams Lake State Recreational Area says the horse trails in that area of the forestry were spared and are open to trailriders.
Summer is fast approaching and it's time for parents of horse lovers to start making plans for summer horse camp.
There is help for horses impacted by the March 2 tornadoes. The U.S. Equine Disaster Relief Fund helps out horse owners of horses affected by natural disasters. This fund is managed by the Kentucky Horse Council.
Sadly, the March 2 tornadoes not only cause loss of human life but many animals' lost their lives also. Many horse owners in the affected areas of the tornadoes lost their horses, often their homes and barns as well.
Kentuckiana Barrel racers have the opportunity to compete in both IBRA and NBHA barrel racing classes at Saddle Up Arena in Madison, Indiana on March 17-18.
The Jockey Club launches 2012 pilot program called The Thoroughbred Incentive Program with a committment of $100,000. This program promotes the versatility of the Thoroughbred horse breed off the track by sanctioning T.I.P. approved horse show classes across the country and giving out awards to winning Thoroughbred horses.