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KENA Seeking Sponsorship for Events
Kentucky Ag Connection - 01/21/2022

The Kentucky Horse Council is currently seeking organizations to sponsor Kentucky Equine Networking Association (KENA) events for 2022. Support at any level is welcomed in order to provide continued educational and networking opportunities for equine enthusiasts in Kentucky.

For the past several years, the Kentucky Horse Council has offered KENA four times a year, hosting keynote speakers who cover a variety of equine topics including business, horse and farm management, equine health and industry issues, and relevant legislative concerns, among a plethora of other topics. KENA is a non-breed, non-discipline specific organization; every member of the Kentucky equine community is welcome, including horse owners and others who participate in breeding, showing, racing, reproduction and training, as well as any other capacity of the equine industry.

After a short hiatus on in-person events because of COVID, KENA was relaunched last Fall. Both dinners hosted nearly 70 attendees and were held at the Spy Coast Farm in Lexington, which is easily accessible from the interstate. Attendees learned how to decipher equine feed tags and how to manage horses for minimal environmental impact.

In 2022, the KHC will offer a minimum of three meetings, the first to be held at Spy Coast Farm. With convenient parking and a fantastic ambiance, this lovely venue has received high praise from past attendees for ease of access and for exposure to a previously unknown farm. Each event will offer a buffet dinner with a cash bar. Platinum- and Gold-level sponsors can address the audience for 10 to 15 minutes before the keynote speaker begins.

Sponsorships aid in underwriting the speaker and dinner expenses, as well as organizational development activities. Five donation levels are offered, but any level of support is welcome, and the KHC is happy to create custom sponsorship packages to meet specific business needs.

In addition to supporting the KHC's efforts to unite the Kentucky equine community and provide quality education to equine enthusiasts and business owners, sponsors also have the opportunity to showcase the benefits of their products and services to the equine owners and professionals who may use them.

If you have any questions about this program or if you would like more information, please feel free to contact Sarah Coleman, executive director of the Kentucky Horse Council, at sarah@kentuckyhorse.org.


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