Events Calendar

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 JAN 2-4, 2020 - KY Invitational Truck & Tractor Pull

The 9th Annual Kentucky Invitational rolls into Alltech Arena on January 2, 3, and 4. Tickets for the 2020 Kentucky Invitational are $20 each with kids 6 & under FREE!  Tickets can be purchased at the door at each session or below.  Seating is first come first serve - there is no assigned seating. WEBSITE. Kentucky Horse Park


JAN 9, 2020 - Lunchtime Lecture Series: Lenny Shulman

We invite you to pack a lunch and join us Thursday, January 9 at 12:30 PM for a Lunchtime Lecture with Lenny Shulman at the International Museum of the Horse!

Lenny has just completed a 20-year run as Features Editor of Bloodhorse magazine, covering the Thoroughbred industry. He is the author of “Justify: 111 Days to Triple Crown Glory” and “Ride of Their Lives,” which examined the troubled lives of Thoroughbred jockeys. This is a free event open to the public. WEBSITE. Kentucky Horse Park


JAN 11, 2020 - Snowbird Dressages

Snowbird Dressage is a Kentucky Dressage Association sanctioned Dressage show. The series will include USEA classes with the February and March shows, offering more excitement for competitors and spectators alike. WEBSITE. Kentucky Horse Park


JAN 16 - FEB 22, 2020 - Unsettled by Liz Shepherd

Unsettled", a solo exhibition by printmaker Liz Shepherd, will be on view in the Wilson Gallery January 16-February 22. An opening reception with the artist will take place Thursday January 16, 6-8 PM. Liz Shepherd is a sculptor and printmaker. In many of her works, three-dimensional objects inexplicably drop out of thin air and accumulate in heaps. This exhibition, Unsettled, at Georgetown College, includes a large installation of life-sized silkscreen images of furniture which tumble down the wall. Wilson Gallery at Georgetown College


JAN 31, 2020 - Bourbon Barons: The Early Pioneers

Stone Fences Tours presents their Bourbon Barons: The Early Pioneers, taking you back to the late 1700s to join the early settlers of Kentucky that were traveling the Wilderness Trail with hopes in their heart and stills on their back. Follow them on their journey into the untamed wilderness to stake their claim, grow their corn and introduce America to its Native spirit. The tour will concentrate on three of these brave men: Jacob Myers, Elijah Craig and Jacob Spears. You will hear their stories while also visiting three craft distilleries that are in close proximity to the original sites of these Early Pioneers: Wilderness Trail Distillery, Bourbon 30 and Hartfield & Co. This tour includes tours and tastings at all three distilleries, lunch, and water and snacks will be provided. They will pick you up at the Lexington Visitor Center. Tickets for this tour can be purchased HERE. Stone Fences Tours

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