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Events and Education Committee

Description

The Event/Education Committee promotes education geared toward the experienced and beginner horse owner and enthusiast. While education is one of our primary responsibilites, we also plan events that entertain and foster relationships among our members. We look towards our membership to assist us in planning the types of educational and entertaining events that they want to see. Our committee welcomes new ideas and new members to bring these new ideas to the table. We look toward the UK Extention Services for professional speakers and experts on particular subjects. We also look for experienced horse owners and enthusiats within our own Network to share their expertise in certain subject matters. Our meetings are once/month and we welcome ALL!

Chariperson: Penny Bruestle 

Next Meeting Date and Time: Sept - TBA

Meeting location:Kenton County Ext. Office

Information: If you enjoy coming to the Events that NKHN puts on, then you need to be a part of this committee!

Types of events we have held:

Trailer Driving
Horse Shoeing
Chiropractic clinic
Saddle fitting
Bits
Trailer loading
Freeze-branding
Bomb-proofing your horse
Driving
Health Fair
Breeding your Mare
Bonfire Social
Valentines Dance
Horse Show
Trail Rides

 
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Newsflash

NKHN is sponsoring the Horse Expo Stop on the Kenton County Farm Tour
Saturday, Sept.19th 9am to 5pm at the Kenton Co. Fairgrounds
Stop by and see demos, games, and contests!
 

SATURDAY, SEP. 19th, NKHN Annual Trail Ride and cookout

Ride starts at 10am. More info.

 

NKHN presents:

Carriage Driving Clinic, October 24th at the Alexandria Fairgrounds.

Vaccine Clinic with Dr. Tony Wolfe, November 3rd at the Campbell County Ext. in Highland Heights.



 

Scholarship applications have been updated!

Scholarship Application.pdf

Scholarship Information.pdf

 

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About NKHN

The Northern Kentucky Horse Network is a collaborative effort among Cooperative Extension, the Conservation Service, horse owners, riders, trainers, riding instructors and equine businesses from all breeds, disciplines and types of horse activities.
We welcome amateurs and professionals, horse hobbyists, local riding clubs, veterinarians, farriers, and businesses with an interest in promoting, protecting and educating horses and horse owners.