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.




We are pleased to announce our first annual HoofBeats Concert, to benefit the companion horses we have that need a home!

Come join us on October 26 at the Thoroughbred Center Pavilion for a night of music featuring rising star Brandon Ray, with special guests Dustin Collins and Abby Anderson!

For more information or to buy tickets, click on picture below:


Klaire arrived on September 15 and went straight to Park Equine Hospital due to the fact that she was so emaciated that she could not stand up on her own. The techs use a large animal sling to get her up every four hours or so as you can see in the video, so right now she needs round the clock care. She is a fighter and strong, and is giving this her all.

We are grateful for everyone’s kind words and concern, and feel that she is on the right path, grateful for having access to excellent veterinary care, and grateful that we can help her. Hopefully, her progress will all continue.

If you would like to help us help Klaire, you can click on:

You will be taken to a secure site for payment.

We so appreciate your concern, care and love for this horse! Thank you!






Disclaimer: When donating, you WILL be transferred to a secure site when time to donate.  

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 This week on "Tails" from The Center"We are gearing up for our big Fall Tack Sale, We will be doing a live feed that morning for a few, and the awesome people from 92.9 NASH FM will be broadcasting from here at the center during the tack sale. Come by, shop for some used tack and listen to some country music! Hope to see you there! This Saturday Sept 22nd, 10am-3pm  (NASH will be here from 10am-noon)


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!


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