Kentucky Horse Park Hosts Military Appreciation Day

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Updated: 5/09/2013 1:02 pm
Central Kentucky Riding for Hope, the Kentucky National Guard, and The Kentucky Horse Park will honor service members with Military Appreciation Day May 18th at the horse park.

All general admission shows, museums, and activities will be available free of charge, and a free lunch from Up in Smoke BBQ will be served.

Denise Spittler, who oversees CKRH's veterans program says, "This event enables us to honor our service members with a fun-filled day of equine educational sessions and social recreation."

Central Kentucky Riding for Hope is an organization that provides equine therapy and regularly works with veterans. 

You can find out more about CKRH here.

You can get details about Military Appreciation Day at the Kentucky Horse Park here.


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