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Lunchtime Lecture Series Continues



The American Saddlebred Museum and International Museum of the Horse continue their Lunchtime Lecture partnership. Join the Museums on the first Thursday of the month to hear an array of experts speak on equine related topics. The lecture location alternates between institutions, both of which are located on the grounds of the Kentucky Horse Park. Lecture is free of charge, box lunches are available for $11. 

The lecture series continue through spring and summer with the following speakers: 
Thursday, June 6, 12:30 p.m. Kathleen Haak, Publications Director, Carriage Association of America will speak about the history of carriages in her talk “Rolling Down Victory Lane – A Look at Saddlebreds and their Carriages, from Coaches to Viceroys.” Takes place at the American Saddlebred Museum. Please RSVP for lunch by June 4 by calling 859-259-2746 x344.

Thursday, July 11, 12:30 p.m. Meet the 2019 BreyerFest Celebration Horse, Kentucky Horse Park Mounted Police horse, Oliver! Oliver and his police partner, Captain Lisa Rakes, make an amazing team and will be speaking about their important work. Takes place at the International Museum of the Horse. Please RSVP for lunch by July 3 by calling 859-259-4232.

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