Elisabeth Jensen Joins KEEP as Executive Vice President

LEXINGTON, Ky. (Wednesday, January 3, 2018) - The Kentucky Equine Education Project (KEEP) has tapped lifelong horse enthusiast and Race for Education co-founder Elisabeth Jensen as its new executive vice president. Joe Clabes, KEEP's executive director since April...

2017 KEEP Equine Industry Conference

KEEP Equine Industry Conference: Dialogue among breeds critically important to betterment of signature industry   LEXINGTON, Ky. (Monday, Oct. 23) — The push to have equines treated the same as other agricultural livestock, the potential to use the lure of horses to...

KEEP Convening Second Equine Industry Conference

Topics will include the horse industry's impact on Kentucky's economy, state and federal legislation, the success of historical horse racing and workforce development issues. LEXINGTON, KY - The Kentucky Equine Education Project (KEEP) will convene the second annual...

At the Races with Steve Byk Discusses the Passage of SB 139

This morning At the Races with Steve Byk discussed the passage of SB 139 by the Kentucky House and Senate. SB 139 would designate horses as livestock throughout Kentucky law. Byk was joined by Kentucky Senator Robin Webb, the sponsor of the legislation, and they...

KEEP Day in Frankfort

Horse industry supporters across the state are urged to “Join the Herd!” LEXINGTON, KY — The Kentucky Equine Education Project has scheduled KEEP Day in Frankfort during the 2017 legislative session for Wednesday, February 22, making it easy for those involved in the...

2016 KEEP Equine Industry Conference

Inaugural event featured a wide variety of current topics covered in series expert panel discussions. LEXINGTON, Ky. — Now that the Kentucky Equine Educational Project’s first KEEP Equine Industry Conference is in the books, plans are in the works to make it an annual...