News Flash!

Polly Singer Couture Hats and Veils have a new line supporting KyEHC -  for full details click here.

News Flash!
Funding received to support center from Brennan Equine Welfare Fund - read more here!

News Flash!
Blue Horse Charities 2013 grant received.  Click here for more details!

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TCA Annual Grant received for 2013.  Click below for more details -

Kentucky Equine Humane Center is proud to have received the following 2 accreditation/certifications:

1. STATE OF KY, Dept of Agriculture Certification as an Equine Rescue
We are the first one in the state to be certified!!

2. THOROUGHBRED AFTERCARE ALLIANCE accredited Equine Aftercare Facility


News Flash!
We've added a new page to our website.  If you are looking to adopt a horse and do not wish to ride it check out our Companion Horses page.

!!!Adoptable Horses page updated!!!


Abandoned, abused, starved, tortured, forgotten or simply written off; their stories are varied just hints of past experiences.  They need help.  Our help and more importantly your help.  Without you, we cease to exist and their future is in peril.  Each horse needs veterinary and farrier care, daily attention, love and retraining.  After months under our care we know them inside out.  Vet care, farrier care, hay, grain, supplements, medicine, supplies, time and patience, it all comes at a price which is funded entirely by public and private donations only.  So please, take a moment and donate.  You can have a meaningful impact on the lives of these amazing animals.  Every dollar counts.  Every dollar helps us save another horse, heal another horse, rescue and rehome another horse.  

Click here for more on Joey's story.
Click here for more on Storm Siren's story.  
Click here for Metro Jessica's story.

PLEASE CONSIDER A DONATION to help us with Joey and Jessica.  Their recovery is going to be long and labor intensive.  We are very optimistic that we will be able to place them in loving, adoptive homes!  To give directly to Joey and Jessica's care and be a part of their healing process, just click  This is a fund set up specifically for the cost of their treatment and care.  Thank you!
eBAY AUCTION NOW LIVE! Up for auction are 3 custom, hand made hats by Polly Singer! Perfect time to purchase one and wear it to our Great Restaurant Roundup, and show it off! Also in time for the Derby, Keeneland and Easter! March 30 - April 6.



Masterson Method Beyond Horse Massage Workshop:
There are still some spaces left for the Masterson Method Beyond Horse Massage workshop in April here at KyEHC. This is an excellent 2 day workshop on equine massage and spaces are highly coveted! Workshop is Apr 5-6.
Feel free to print and share the flyer, found HERE or visit their website for more info.

Need a gift idea?  How about this beautiful Harry And Snowman print!

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Order Harry and Snowman prints with some of the proceeds going to benefit KyEHC and the Kentucky Horse Park Foundation - click here for more information and click here for an order form.

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Polly Singer, Couture Hats and Veils Collection!
The Hats, Horses and Hope selections were designed to benefit the Kentucky Equine Humane Center in Central Kentucky. 15% from the sale of each of these hats benefits the Kentucky Equine Center. Each hat purchased will come with a card about the horse. To see these beautiful accessories click here

We want to keep in touch with you!
If you would like to be added to our list of contacts so that we can send you all the very latest news and events please click on this link and fill out and submit the form: 

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Click here to for more information on the grant we have received from the TCA, or click on the logo above to find out more about Thoroughbred Charities of America.

The Kentucky Equine Center reports that it has just received a $4000 grant from the ASPCA to assist us in veterinary expenses for the year.  This has come at an especially good time because we have just recently taken in Joey (above) and a mare, Jessica, who is in bad condition.  Jessica's story is on our FB page and will soon be on the website.  Both horses will require extensive time to heal, and the Center is extremely grateful to the ASPCA for their support!!



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