Fourteen breeds are on Kentucky Horse Park current wish list

EQUUS MAGAZINE | 28 February 2023 | Edited Press Release

The Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, Kentucky, has announced on its website that it is looking for loan horses, ages 5-16, to represent their breeds for a season or more as part of its Horse Loan Program. These horses will be used in the Breeds Barn to meet and educate guests.

If you have a horse that you think would be a good fit at the Kentucky Horse Park, please review the guidelines and submit the horse loan form at Horse Loan | Kentucky Horse Park.

The Park is currently looking for representatives of the following breeds:

Cleveland Bay
Highland Pony
Irish Draught
Kiger Mustang
Quarter Horse 

Horse loan requirements:

Gelding or mare
Able to be turned out in a group
Walk, trot, canter sound (or all gaits)
Trained under saddle/sound to ride
Good with people
Owner willing to transport (or pay to transport)
Up to date on all vaccinations, dental and deworming before arriving (Kentucky state requirements)
Good for farrier and veterinarian

Image: Kentucky Horse Park

The Park’s Breeds Barn and Parade of Breeds Show bring mankind’s 6,000-year bond with the horse to life with music, narration and personal interaction.

For more information, please visit Parade of Breeds Show | Kentucky Horse Park.

Featured Image: Kentucky Horse Park.

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