The KyEHC is a tranquil 70+ acre farm and safe haven for equines in need. Our horses come from a variety of backgrounds. Some arrive here surrendered by their owners and others have been rescued from abuse and neglect. Once healed and (re)schooled these wonderful horses are available for adoption to become someone's best friend and partner.


The famous mare Jitterbug ( ) has started a raffle benefiting the Center! Show proof of a donation either by check made out to KyEHC or online here to enter. Jitterbug says:

I've got a prize bucket worth $150+ up for grabs to one lucky Human who gives a one-time donation of $25 or a monthly donation of $5 to the Center. You can give here: (make sure to designate your donation as part of the Jitterbug contest). Then, post or DM a screenshot of the 'Thanks for donating' message on PayPal or your donation receipt to be entered in the contest. I'll randomly choose a winner on March 24



When Animal Control calls, we listen. In late January, we learned of a horse suffering from severe neglect, found malnourished and lying in a filthy barn. Our director named the five year old stallion Tahiti, because who wouldn't want to be on a beach instead of where he was? After a week at Rood & Riddle Hospital where he received excellent care, Tahiti came to the Center, where he has been receiving treatment for severe emaciation, and his long unattended feet were worked on. Rated the lowest possible body score by the vets who have helped him, Tahiti has been getting fed in regular, small amounts, but has a long road to recovery. 


We could use your help in caring for Tahiti. Please consider a donation, and note it's for Tahiti. 

Regular updates on Tahiti are posted on our Facebook page. 

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Tahiti Update! Here is Tahiti enjoying his new big paddock! 3/5/2018

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This week on "Tails" from The Center",  we are highlighting that one of our LONG time residents has been adopted and is going to her new home along with another one of our other wonderful horses. We are so excited about this adoption and so happy that not one but two of our horses have been adopted together!

DON'T FORGET--Our Director or other staff members will answer questions sent in by you, our viewers, which can be submitted via the contact form at the bottom of the home page or on the Contact Us page. 

We will do this weekly, so start sending in those questions!!

Feel free to ask about our staff, our horses, our facility and/or our mission!

Remember there are never any stupid questions!



Chrysler of Lawrenceburg



hosted at Park Equine Hospital at Woodford

April 17  4:00pm-8:00pm

Come out to the most fun party of the year, with all proceeds going for the care of the horses here at the Center!

Order tickets with a click of the picture below


You can find more more information on this event and our other upcoming events on our Events Page!