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Three New Members Join the KY Horse Council Board of Directors

Lexington, Ky. – The Kentucky Horse Council Board welcomes three new members, announced President Madelyn Millard of Waterwild Farm.


Latonna Wilson, a Marketing specialist with Rood and Riddle Pharmacy and with training and passion for Emergency Equine Rescue, joins as a board member and member of the Health and Welfare Committee.


Dr. Doug Byars, an Equine Veterinarian and nationally known equine health consultant, joins as a board member and member of the Health and Welfare Committee.


Ms. Kristin Hix, Legal and Administrative Coordinator at the Jockey Club, joins as a board member.


"We are thrilled at the addition of these three highly talented and committed professionals to our board," says Ms. Millard. "The Kentucky Horse Council's new initiatives will benefit from their knowledge, industry contacts, and unique perspectives."


The next Kentucky Horse Council board meeting is September 18th at University of Kentucky's Maine Chance Farm, and is open to Kentucky Horse Council members.


The Kentucky Horse Council is a statewide, all-breed non-profit group committed to the horse and horse owners, their activities, and the horse industry environment through focused education, communications, and financial benefits. The Kentucky Horse Council is the official affiliate of the American Horse Council, located in Washington, DC, a national organization representing all segments of the horse industry. For more information, contact the Kentucky Horse Council office at 859-367-0509 (800-459-4677) or



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