There are several different committees that meet usually once a month. These committees include, Events, Show, Membership, and Trail Blazers. Each committee has a page with description of what they do. Every committee is always happy to have new members to help out. If you cannot attend a meeting but want to help, please contact the chairperson of that committee and let them know.

  • Events and Education Committee

    The Event/Education Committee promotes education geared toward the experienced and beginner horse owner and enthusiast. While education is one of our primary responsibilities, 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 Continue Reading

  • Membership/Communication Committee

    The primary focus of the Membership committee is to maintain and promote membership, and to provide information to membership through various media, website, emails and newsletters. The Membership committee is also responsible for the promotion and sale of all NKHN merchandise. This committee is looking for members that can contribute their time and ideas to helping us with our quickly Continue Reading

  • Show Committee

    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. Continue Reading

  • Trail Committee

    The Trail Committee is part of the Northern Kentucky Horse Network, Inc. The Trail Committee's  primary purpose is to layout, build, consult and maintain horse/hiking trails in the NKHN nine county region. They Organize trail rides, promote “Leave No Trace” and support all trail activities. They are a group of hardworking people who enjoy getting out into the woods and Continue Reading