Educational Programs

If you?d like to learn still more about equines, the Kentucky Horse Park?s education department offers a number opportunities to help build on your park experience. Both adults and youngsters may sign up for clinics, classes or seminars in horseback riding, equine care and driving
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If you?d like to learn still more about equines, the Kentucky Horse Park?s education department offers a number opportunities to help build on your park experience. Both adults and youngsters may sign up for clinics, classes or seminars in horseback riding, equine care and driving

If you?d like to learn still more about equines, the Kentucky Horse Park?s education department offers a number opportunities to help build on your park experience. Both adults and youngsters may sign up for clinics, classes or seminars in horseback riding, equine care and driving; for more information, click here.

Watch a unique type of ?equication? in action when the Mustang Troop, a program for inner-city youth struts its stuff. For more information, click here.

The Kentucky Community and Technical College System and the Kentucky Horse Park?s Education Department offer a unique educational opportunity unequalled by other equine schools--the Horseman's Pathway. While earning college credit, students will have the opportunity to study and work with over thirty breeds of horses at the KHP while acquiring the knowledge and skills to launch productive careers in the equine industries. This not only challenges the student with a wide variety of activities but also broadens their overall level of equine understanding. For more information, contact Chris McCarron at 859-293-0209.

Fascinating educational materials are available for download here

The National Horse Center is a group of more than 30 national, regional and state equine associations, commissions and organizations that have their headquarters at the Kentucky Horse Park. This ever-growing equine "village," representing a wide variety of equine participants, breeds and disciplines, is just one of the many reasons why Lexington, Kentucky, is known as "The Horse Capital of the World." For a list of the various organizations that comprise the National Horse Center, click here