How can you make a lasting impact at the Park?
Nina Bonnie Endowment
The Nina Bonnie Endowment provides a permanent revenue stream so that Kentucky Horse Park facilities are maintained continuously, and its venues, attractions and programs are secured for future generations to enjoy.
Barn Renovation and Capital Projects
The capital needs of the Park are constant, and the Kentucky Horse Park Foundation is committed to funding the renovations that are necessary to maintain safe and accommodating facilities. Continued support is needed for barn renovation, building upgrades, capital construction projects, and ongoing maintenance of facilities.
Green Initiatives and Tree Conservation
The Kentucky Horse Park is committed to serving as a local, state and national leader in the promotion of environmental awareness and implementation of green initiatives. The Kentucky Horse Park is committed to the preservation of green space, the conservation of trees, and the careful planting of trees for future generations.
All the Gold Dedicated Horse Path
The All the Gold Dedicated Horse Path, constructed in 2012, spans from the Alltech Arena to the Rolex Stadium and all competition sites in between. Its presence ensures that riders and horses have safer paths to travel to the various show venues of the Park. During the show season, its heavy use requires constant maintenance and upkeep.
International Museum of the Horse
The International Museum of the Horse, an Affiliate Museum of the Smithsonian Institution, illuminates the special relationship between human and equine throughout history with its permanent collections and exhibits.
KHP Mustang Troop
The Kentucky Horse Park Mustang Troop has been serving local youth since 1994. Developed by the Kentucky Horse Park’s Equine Education Department, this program serves at-risk youth through the channels of horsemanship and riding. The Mustang Troop program provides a horse camp-style experience for children from underserved communities who will likely benefit from this experience.
KHP Field Trip Fund
The Kentucky Horse Park Field Trip Program promotes the love of the horse and the love of education by connecting children and horses. Through the generous support of its donors, the KHP Field Trip Fund allows any Kentucky public school to visit the Park for a complimentary field trip.
Kentucky Horse Park Mounted Police
The Kentucky Horse Park’s Mounted Police play a role that is highly valued by police departments all over the United States – watching over the security of the park, its visitors and horses. The Kentucky Horse Park Mounted Patrol can be seen 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, patrolling the Park’s 1,200+ acres.
Friends of the Kentucky Horse Park Foundation can help support the campground, ensuring that travelers and the local community can continue to enjoy getting close to nature and horse country among our scenic facilities.
Memorials and Tributes
Honoring the lives of beloved friends and colleagues, family members or horses … or remembering them and celebrating their lives and legacy can be a meaningful way to support the Kentucky Horse Park Foundation while also serving as inspiration to all who visit the Kentucky Horse Park, and enrich our Park community. To designate your gift for a loved one, please indicate the appropriate name in the Honor/Memorial section.
Chronicle of African-Americans in the Horse Industry
A project of the International Museum of the Horse, the CAAHI is an online, interactive archive to house and display photos, documents, artifacts, and oral histories of African Americans who have worked, and continue to work in equine industries. Through the project, the Museum seeks to engage a diverse audience to provide valuable input relating to the Chronicle.
Hall of Champions
Horse Drawn Tours
Parade of Breeds