Keyword: World Equestrian Games

  • Courageous Comet Puts Forth a Stellar Effort

    I know this is old news now, but I had the opportunity to go out to the Kentucky Horse Park twice during the FEI World Equestrian Games here in Lexington over the last couple of weeks.

  • Going for Gold - By Jacqueline Duke

    The largest, deepest pool of equine talent ever assembled has arrived in Kentucky. And, no, it's not the contenders for the 2010 Breeders' Cup World Championships.

  • Through The Lens: In the Summer Time...

    Late summer means weaning time at many farms so I'm photographing the youngsters as they transition from foals to weanlings. Plans are to photograph the weaning process sometime in August.

  • Jon Miller, senior vice president of NBC, discusses World Equestrian Games coverage at Churchill press conference with John Long, left, and Jack Kelly, center.

    NBC to be Broadcast Partner of WEG

    On the lavish fourth floor of the Jockey Club Suites, two days prior to the Run for the Roses at Churchill Downs, representatives of the World Games 2010 Foundation announced NBC as the official network broadcast partner for the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games, which will be held at the Kentucky Horse Park near Lexington Sept. 25-Oct. 10, 2010.

  • Alex Waldrop was one of several speakers at the Kentucky International Equine Summit in Lexington April 28.

    Industry Growth Said to Need Cooperation

    Because lack of growth appears to be one of the many issues plaguing the horse industry, the Kentucky International Equine Summit in Lexington hosted an April 28 seminar to tackle the topic and seek solutions.

  • Kentucky to Bid for World Equestrian Games

    Gov. Ernie Fletcher announced July 8 that Kentucky, on behalf of the United States, will submit a formal bid to the International Equestrian Federation to host the 2010 World Equestrian Games.