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Trail Ride

Featured Event

KHP Foundation
Trail Ride

Explore the Kentucky Horse Park at the Kentucky Horse Park
Foundation Trail Ride! Proceeds will support the KHP Tree Fund
Initiative, to protect and expand the natural beauty of the Park!

Kentucky Horse Park Foundation Trail Ride

Explore the Kentucky Horse Park at the Kentucky Horse Park Foundation Trail Ride on Saturday, May 8! Proceeds will support the KHP Tree Fund Initiative, to protect and expand the natural beauty of the Park. Guests of all levels, breeds and disciplines are invited to explore the Park grounds with their own horse for a $45 entry fee which includes a KHPF/KHP facemask and access to the trails from 9 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Trail Ride

Event Details

  • All riders must check-in at the registration tent before starting the trail
  • Current Health Records and Negative Coggins test required at check-in
  • No galloping or jumping permitted
  • Riders can ride trail any time Sat. May 8th, 9am-4:00pm
  • Food trucks will be available all day
  • Trail ride held rain or shine! (No refunds)

Parking for the KHPF Trail Ride will be at the Trailer Lot (past Alltech Arena, across from the Secretariat Center). All riders must check-in at the registration tent before beginning the ride. Maps will be provided, although the trails will be marked and outriders will be on route to help with directions.

Registration

Riders can register online (form posted below) or at the Registration Tent day-of the event. Check-in will start at May 8th at 8:30am. Registration is $45, credit/debit card via online registration form only. All proceeds go towards the Tree Fund Initiative to protect and expand the natural beauty of the park!

By completing this registration form, riders agree to terms of the KHPF Trail Ride Waiver and opt-in to KHP Foundation emails.

On the Trail
Trophies

Competition & Awards

Awards will be given to individuals in the following categories:

  • Most Kentucky Horse Park Spirit
  • Best Costume (horse & rider)
  • Best Tailgate

Questions?

Please contact us with any questions – annie.martin@ky.gov