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Show Committee

Description:

The Show Committee was formed through the events committee as a sub committee to fulfill the needs of members who show horses. This committee puts on a Drill Team Competition, an All - Breed Horse Show, and a Carriage & Driving Show/Clinic each year. The classes for the shows are determined by the interest and input of the committee members.

Chairperson: Richard Lockhart - This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Co-Chair: Jim Mayer – This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Next Meeting Date and Time: Monday, MAR 7, 2016 at 7:00PM

Meeting Location: Kenton County Cooperative Extension 


Dressage Schooling Show- April 24th, 2016

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Newsflash

Come see "UNBRANDED" at the Campbell County Extension Office. February 14th, 2016. Movie starts at 7pm, doors open at 6:30p. NKHN will provide Popcorn, Snacks and Drinks!
 

Texas Roadhouse Fundraiser!

Come out for dinner at the Texas Roadhouse in Ft. Wright on February 16, 2016 and present the flier, 10% of your food purchase will go to NKHN.

 
NKHN's 2016 HORSE HEALTH DAYHorse Health Day
will be Saturday, March 26th at the Alexandria Fairgrounds. 

 

Dressage Schooling Show

April 24th, Alexandria Fairgrounds

Entry Form 

 

 Annual NKHN Drill Team Competition

May 21st, 2016 @ Alexandria fairgrounds. Show starts at 9:30am. Admission is free to Public. Teams competing from the US and Canada. Don't miss it!!

 

NKHN 8th Annual All Breed Horse Show

July 30, 2016. Show starts at 9:30am.

Alexandria Fairgrounds, Alexandria, KY 

 

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.