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.


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UPCOMING EVENTS

Shelby Hume of Excelsior Farm will give a Natural Horsemanship Clinic in association with the Kentucky Equine Humane Center.

The clinic will be held at Hagyard Medical Institute in Lexington Kentucky on May 12, 9am-4pm

Tickets are $100, limited to ten participants who bring their horse, so please order in advanceAuditors who don't bring their horse are $25, and there are unlimited spaces. Auditors can order a ticket ahead of time over the phone at 859-881-5849 or mail a check, or come on the day of to pay.

This clinic is suitable for advanced beginners and up. Each horse needs an up-to-date Coggins and a 30-day health certificate. For information on Shelby Hume: http://humehorsemanship.com/services/ For information on Kentucky Equine Humane Center: www.kyehc.org

 For registration as a participant OR an auditor, please clickhttps://www.eventbrite.com/e/shelby-hume-natural-horsemanship-clinic-tickets-45029669955 

We also accept checks in advance for participants to reserve a space. Auditors or participants who want to write a check, please make it out to KYEHC and mail to: P.O. Box 910124/Lexington, KY/40591. Thank you!

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Join Us for the Excel Equine Hunter Pace!

To benefit The Kentucky Equine Humane Center

Sunday July 8th, 10am-4pm at beautiful Flying Cross Farm, Goshen, KY 

Please click picture below for registration information. 

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 showing our awesome farrier Thad Gouge trimming a pony's hooves that were so badly overgrown they started curling up, so we decided to call him "Curly Fries", he has since been adopted. At one point there was a stick in the hoof wall that had abscessed and the hoof grew over top of it encasing it in the sole itself. 

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!