Equine professionals benefit through the Kentucky Equine Networking Association - Kentucky Farm Bureau

Equine professionals benefit through the Kentucky Equine Networking Association

Posted on May 2, 2013
Lexington, KY, May 2, 2013 - The Kentucky Equine Networking Association (KENA) is a joint venture between the Kentucky Horse Council (KHC) and the University of Kentucky Ag Equine Programs. KENA is dedicated to developing and providing educational and networking events for equine professionals in Kentucky.

KENA meetings occur every other month, and offer a social hour with cash bar and dinner where qualified speakers present topics of current interest in the areas of horse health, management, and business. While KENA welcomes every member of the Kentucky horse community, it targets specifically those who participate in breeding, reproductive services, instruction, training, board and showing.

"The KENA program fulfills the KHC mission of education and support of the horse industry by facilitating more knowledgeable horse business owners," said Anna Zinkhon, President of the KHC Board. "In addition, the networking connects participants in the show and pleasure horse industry, so we speak with a unified voice on issues of importance."

Sponsorships are available for the KHC, with a KENA focus. Your sponsorship will help cover some of the costs for the dinner meetings and helps the event remain affordable for everyone. Your business will be recognized for its support of the KENA program.

The next KENA meeting will be held on May 9, 2013 at the Four Points by Sheraton in Lexington Kentucky. Registration will begin at 5:30PM, and the guest speakers will be presenting on Senior Horse Care. Reservations are required for KENA meetings because of the need to plan for the number of dinners prepared. Membership in the Kentucky Horse Council will help defray costs for the dinner ($5.00 discount).

Source: Press release courtesy of Kentucky Horse Council

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