Big congratulations to 2012 Equine Scholar graduate Kelsey Hamilton on her acceptance of a position at Amberley Farms (Berlin, MD) as a rider and groom as they┬á travel the “A” circuit! We know you’re going to be great!
Seven Equine Scholars graduated this past Saturday: Ashlyn Anderson-Keelin, Kelsey Barbato, Kate Berta, Marina Byrd, Kelsey Hamilton, Jeanne Shearer and Kristen Snyder. Though we couldn’t round them all up for one picture, here is a snapshot of Marina, Jeanne and… Continue reading
Spy Coast Farm specializes in the breeding and development of top-quality performance horses. With three locations along the East Coast (New York, Florida and Kentucky), Spy Coast is able to take advantage of the best climate, vet services, show facilities,… Continue reading
Waterford-Millford Farm, located in historic Midway, Ky., is 850 acres with 13 varying-style barns, from two 25-stall facilities to a pair of five-stall barns. The differing numbers of stalls in our barns enables them to handle the needs of any… Continue reading
Equine Scholars got a behind-the-scenes peek at the new 2012 Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event cross-country fences on a beautiful afternoon in the Bluegrass. Held at the Kentucky Horse Park, Mick took us around to some of the new fences (which… Continue reading
Laura D’Angelo grew up in Meaford, Ontario, in a decidedly non-horsey family. When she was 8 years old, she received her first pony. She spent much of her childhood riding and showing ponies. ÔÇťHer path to becoming a Lexington lawyer… Continue reading
Many of our Scholars work in the equine industry, and one more was just added to the ranks! Congrats to 2011 graduate Kathleen Landwehr, who is now employed at the United States Equestrian Federation Way to go, Kathleen!