KENTUCKY EQUINE EDUCATION PROJECT
KEEP Applauds Chairman Koenig and the House Licensing, Occupations and Administrative Regulations Committee for Advancing Sports Wagering Legislation
Lexington, Ky. (Thursday, January 16, 2020) - The Kentucky Equine Education Project (KEEP) applauds Chairman Adam Koenig and the House Licensing, Occupations and Administrative Regulations Committee for advancing House Bill 137 to the House floor with an unanimous...read more
The Kentucky Equine Education Project is a not-for-profit organization representing all breeds of horses in Kentucky. KEEP is committed to ensuring Kentucky remains the horse capital of the world. We will achieve this goal by enhancing the visibility and viability of Kentucky’s equine industry through education-based initiatives and educating Kentuckians and our elected officials of the importance of Kentucky’s horse industry.
KEEP has been dedicated to educating Kentuckians about the importance of the horse industry since 2005. KEEP continues to work every single day to strengthen the horse economy in Kentucky, whether it is through our statewide network of citizen advocates, annual events such as the KEEP Conference and Frankfort Day, or our foundation which has awarded over $700,000 to local Kentucky equine organizations. Join us and help make a difference for Kentucky’s signature industry.
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Annual Membership Types:
Youth (18 & Under – includes membership in KEEP’s Youth Council) – $10.00
Student (College/University/Trade School) – $15.00
Individual – $20.00
Family – available to related persons living in same household – $50.00
State Equine Associations -includes membership for up to 10 board members and listing in our online directory
– Small (under 50) – $150.00
– Medium (50-100) – $250.00
– Large (over 100) – $500.00