Kentucky Horse Council Announces New Regional Caucuses

June 29, 2013 — The Kentucky Horse Council (KHC) announced new Horsemen’s Regional Caucuses to inspire networking, communication and education for Kentucky’s horsemen and horsewomen across the Commonwealth.

Each caucus will include a meal and an evening of discussions about horse issues and activities in the area. The results of the 2012 Kentucky Equine Survey will be presented, with specific county figures. Kentucky Horse Council board members will update horse owners on KHC projects and request input from attendees on additional ideas that are specific to their areas. Local and state officials will be invited to meet the horse owners in their areas, and to understand the horse industry in the region.

The first two caucuses will be in the regions surrounding Hardin and Boyle counties.

The Hardin Regional Caucus will include horse owners from Meade, Breckenridge, Larue, Grayson, Hart and Hardin Counties. This caucus is scheduled for Wednesday, Aug. 21, at the Hardin County Extension Office. The event and meal will start at 6:00 p.m. EST.

The Boyle Region Caucus will include horse ownres from Anderson, Washington, Marion, Mercer, Garrard, Lincoln and Boyle Counties. This caucus is scheduled for Thursday, Aug. 22, at the Boyle County Extension Office. The event and meal will start at 6:00 p.m. EST.

“The Kentucky Horse Council’s mission is to support and educate all horsemen in Kentucky,” commented Anna Zinkhon, President of the KHC Board. “These caucuses allow us to talk directly to horse owners from all breeds and uses across the Commonwealth to make sure that we understand their needs, and also to let them know about KHC’s current programs. 

“We also believe in the importance of involving local and state elected officials,” she continued. “The equine industry needs to continue to emphasize the importance and size of this industry all across the Commonwealth. The KHC board is looking forward to these caucuses to provide us ideas for planning projects for 2014 and beyond.”

There is no charge to attend these caucuses, but registration is requested to estimate the number of meals and handouts. Additional caucuses to cover all regions of the Commonwealth will be scheduled throughout the remainder of 2013 and into 2014.

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