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hoof notes - Central KY Riding for Hope
HOOF NOTES
Spring/Summer 2012
NIGHT OF THE STARS Coming June 16
“A Call to Adventure” is the theme of CKRH’s signature fundraiser
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ickets and sponsorship opportunities are now available for
NIGHT OF THE STARS, CKRH’s
signature fundraiser that will be held
on June 16 at the Keeneland Entertainment Center.
“A Call to Adventure” is the theme
of this year’s event, which includes
cocktails, dinner and live and silent
auctions. The highlight of the evening
is the presentation of students and horses wearing elaborate costumes created
by the amazing talent, Shirley Gentry,
to match the theme of the event. Eight
lots will be auctioned in the style of a
prestigious Thoroughbred sale with
the highest bidder for each horse gaining a year’s sponsorship of that horse,
along with a commemorative photo
and plaque.
Silent auction items will include art
and photography, children’s items, engraved halters worn by famous Thoroughbreds, gifts for horse enthusiasts,
dining and entertainment packages,
landscape and gardening items, clothing, jewelry and items for home and
office. Additional live auction items
include jewelry, art and other one-of-akind items.
Last year, live auction items included two tickets to the 2012 Masters golf
tournament in Augusta, Ga., that were
donated by A Friend of CKRH and sold
for $6,500. An out-of-state guest was
the highest bidder at $6,200 to secure
a rare opportunity for up to six people
to visit Thoroughbred great Zenyatta
at her home at Lane’s End farm near
Versailles, Ky., and lunch at Dudley’s
restaurant in downtown Lexington.
The “See Zenyatta Package” was made
possible by Zenyatta’s owners, Jerry
and Ann Moss, along with Lane’s End
and Dudley’s owner, Debbie Long.
The 2011 NIGHT OF THE STARS
attracted a sold-out crowd of 500 people from the Lexington area and from
out of state who contributed to one of
the most successful editions ever held.
NOS raised $291,646, second only to
the record amount raised at the 2010
event.
“We were pleased that enthusiasm
and participation at NIGHT OF THE
STARS were so high despite the chal-
lenging economic times,” said CKRH
Executive Director Pat Kline. “NIGHT
OF THE STARS wouldn’t be possible
without the support of Central Kentucky business and the equine community, as well as the tireless work of
CKRH staff and volunteers.”
2012 Night of the Stars:
A Call
to Adventure
Date: June 16
Location: Keeneland
Entertainment Center
Time: 6 p.m.
Tickets: $100 each
For tickets and sponsorship
information, please
contact CKRH.
CKRH Board of Directors
President: Robert Blitch
Vice Presidents:
George Milligan
Brad Scroggin
CONSTRUCTION OF EDUCATION
CENTER NOW COMPLETE
Secretary: Amy Owens
Treasurer: David Beck
Directors: Michael Banahan, Stuart
Bennett, Bill Bernard, Lori Bidwell,
Rebecca Bosomworth, Cammie
Brunker, Susan S. Bunning, Valerie
Cravens, The Creech Family, Mark
Dixon, Vince Gabbert, Priscilla
Johnson, Kristina G. Lu, Peter R.
Morresey, Walter Palmer, Kari Simon,
Steve Slabaugh, Shelly Stanley,
Rachel Yavelak
Directors Emeritus:
Nancy Herring
J.T. Ice
CKRH Staff
Executive Director: Pat Kline
Program Director: Denise Spittler
Lead Instructor: Jenny Jackson
Equine Manager: Amanda Workman
Instructor: Ann Cothran
Volunteer Coordinator: Keri Manley
Office Assistants: Vickie Parker,
Karen G. Richardson
Resource Administrator:
Jeannie Brewer
Hoof Notes is published twice a year by
Central Kentucky Riding For Hope, a
Professional Association of Therapeutic
Horsemanship International (PATH Intl.)
Premier Accredited Center. Contributions,
suggestions and comments are welcome.
Contact Information:
CKRH
Kentucky Horse Park
P.O. Box 13155
Lexington, KY 40583
Phone: (859) 231-7066
Email: [email protected]
Internet: www.ckrh.org
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Newsletter Design:
Kathy Lacy
Greenfield Graphic Design
[email protected]
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hanks to years of hard work and incredible generosity from many people, businesses and organizations, CKRH’s Education Center, the remaining section of
its remarkable $4.1 million facility on 24 acres at the Kentucky Horse Park, is now
completed.
The Education Center includes two classrooms, including one that will accommodate
one of CKRH’s miniature horses; a therapy room; two observation areas; staff offices;
a small conference room and a kitchen. It was designed by Jerry Herndon of Affinity
Design Group and built by Haydon Company with Preston Construction Group completing the up-fit. Lexmark and Danville Office Liquidators donated office furniture.
Now called the John A. and Virginia Creech Therapeutic Riding Center, CKRH’s
facility has more than 55,000 square feet under one roof, which includes the Education
Center, an indoor arena, stalls, wash racks, tack room and storage. The indoor arena has
unique footing called Attwood Equestrian Surfaces, a dust-free product that does not
need water, and a lift system that enables wheelchair-bound riders to move from wheelchair to horseback.
“Because of the vision and effort of the CKRH founders and the many more who
joined with them in the past three decades, the dream of sharing the physical, mental and
psychological benefits of equine- assisted activities with students with disabilities is now
a nationally recognized program,” CKRH Executive Director Pat Kline said.
Here’s a brief history of CKRH: In 1981, CKRH was founded at the Horse Park by
four people who wanted to introduce therapeutic horseback riding to people with disabilities in Central Kentucky. The first horse used in the program was borrowed from the
Horse Park’s riding concession.
CKRH achieved tax-exempt status in 1982. In 1987, CKRH became a nationally accredited riding center by PATH International (the new name of the North American Riding for the Handicapped Association [NARHA]). By 1998, the center was serving 100
students a year. That year, CKRH achieved Premier Accreditation Status with NARHA.
Through 2008, CKRH operated from a converted tobacco barn and two outdoor riding rings at the Horse Park not too far from the present location. In May 2009, CKRH
finished moving to its new facility. The Education Center remained unfinished while the
Under-Cover Campaign to raise funds to complete it continued.
The Under-Cover Campaign officially began in 2004 with the first hosting of our
signature event, NIGHT OF THE STARS. This raised the “seed money” to launch this
initiative. The campaign was named Under-Cover because one of the primary was goals
was to provide a structure that would be minimally impacted by weather. The result
would be consistent, year-round services.
Toyota Motor Manufacturing of Kentucky was the first major donor that offered
support, followed by lead donor John C. Creech.
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31 YEARS OF WONDER
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hirty-one years? It can’t be! I
shake my head in disbelief at
the continued good will and generosity that permeate CKRH after all this
time.
Nowhere else on the local non-profit
landscape can I imagine corporations
and individuals maintaining (or heaven preserve us, increasing) their gala
sponsorship in the fourth year of a recession … or, a 2010 operating budget
that broke even in spite of losing significant revenue because of the Alltech
FEI World Equestrian Games restrictions. WEG restrictions meant the High
Hope Steeplechase, which raises funds
for CKRH, was suspended for a year,
and CKRH had to cancel programming
and workshops for four weeks.
What prompts people to give to a
cause like ours? I think it comes down
to two issues: their belief in the mission
and their trust in the organizers who
carry out that valuable work. Clearly,
in its 31 years of existence, CKRH
has done something right in those two
areas to generate such ongoing support. It could be the staff, instructors
and volunteers who so cheerfully give
their time at all hours of the day in all
kinds of weather; it could be our beloved equine therapists whose patience
and benevolence appear unending, no
matter how often their feet are picked
or tails pulled. Perhaps it’s our constant
“no-frills” approach (despite the new
facility), where frugality still reigns
and in-kind services by generous souls
keep the wheels turning.
I’d like to think it’s all those reasons and then some. Seven years ago
CKRH worked with 86 clients in two
programs: Therapeutic Riding and
Hippotherapy. By 2010, that number
had jumped to 269 clients and included
new partnerships with the Fayette Co.
and Woodford Co. public school systems, Hospice of the Bluegrass and the
Office of Veteran Affairs.
In 2005, CKRH operated from May
through October with the breezy corridors and dusty riding rings of the old
tobacco barn at the Kentucky Horse
Park—weather permitting. By 2010,
CKRH was holding sessions yearround in the new $4.1 million indoor
facility.
In 2005, the second year of the Annual Fund raised just over $24,000; by
2010, that same effort had doubled to
more than $48,000. The list goes on,
but I think you get my point. Such rapid growth is exciting, but what continues to impress me beyond measure is
the vigilant stewardship of the CKRH
Board and staff to maintain service
quality and responsible spending in
this time of expansion.
In spite of tough times, we are
thriving. Yes, CKRH is paddling
hard to keep its head above water just
like everyone else, but we have you—
your interest, your support, your continued loyalty—in the lifeboard with
us. Thank you. May such wonders
never cease.
By Jeannie Brewer,
CKRH Resource Administrator
CKRH RECEIVES $31,000 FROM TCA
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hanks to three prominent Central Kentucky Thoroughbred farms—Ashford Stud, Darley and WinStar
Farm—all of whom made CKRH their designated charity at
Thoroughbred Charities of America’s 2011 Stallion Season
Auction, CKRH has received a $31,000 a grant from the organization.
TCA, the charitable arm of the Thoroughbred Owners and
Breeders Association (www.tca.org), raises and distributes
money to charitable organizations in Thoroughbred rescue,
retirement and adoption; research; education and backstretch
assistance; and therapeutic riding programs. TCA’s primary
fundraiser is its Stallion Season Auction, held each winter in
Lexington.
In 2011, TCA’s grants to 81 non-profits totaled $903,450.
Over the past 21 years, TCA has distributed more than $18
million to more than 200 accredited charities.
CKRH also was among the charities that benefited
from the total of $350,000 raised last year by the Children’s Charity of the Bluegrass celebrity golf tournament. This year’s event will be held on June 22-23
(www.childrenscharityofthebluegrass.org).
CKRH Mission Statement
Central Kentucky Riding for Hope is dedicated to enriching the community by improving the quality of life and the
health of children and adults with special physical, cognitive, emotional and social needs through therapeutic activities
using the horse.
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A HORSE CALLED
WANDA JOINS CKRH
KRH can’t get enough Norwegian Fjords. The
wildly popular Ingrid, full brothers T-Ball and Lightning and now Wanda represent the unique breed at CKRH.
In fact, the four are the only Norwegian Fjords anywhere at
the Kentucky Horse Park.
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What makes Norwegian Fjords—the horse of the
Vikings—such a good fit for CKRH?
“Their demeanor—all four of them—seems to be more
relaxed, more people-friendly,” said CKRH Equine Manager
Amanda Workman. “They are calm, really smart; they really
care for their riders.”
Golden yellow in color, Norwegian Fjords are small drafttype horses with strong, crested necks and large, expressive
brown eyes. A dark stripe starts in their long, bushy blonde
forelocks, runs through the center of their thick blonde manes
(which are trimmed short to stand up), continues down the
middle of their backs and ends in their tails. Their powerful
legs often have black Zebra-striped markings.
Adding to their visual appeal are their willingness to
please, intelligence, versatility and strength. At last year’s
NIGHT OF THE STARS, CKRH’s signature fundraiser,
Ingrid, T-Ball and Lightning all performed in costume.
Cat Cole shows off SF Juanita Mae, or Wanda, a Norwegian Fjord whose
addition to CKRH was made possible by Cat’s family.
Wanda’s sale price so Cole’s donation to CKRH covered her
purchase. Wanda is now is one of 28 members of CKRH’s
horse herd, which includes five miniature horses (“minis”)
and several horses at CKRH on a trial basis.
The Cole family soon visited Wanda at CKRH.
“I thought she was a very beautiful horse,” said Cat, who
is graduating from Murray State University and has been on
the Western riding team.
Wanda’s arrival at CKRH not only fulfilled the wishes
of a World War II veteran in helping other veterans, but it
marked a family reunion of sorts. Her great-grandsire, King
Harald, is the grandsire of T-Ball and Lightning.
The 14-year-old Wanda, whose registered name is SF
Juanita Mae, came to CKRH through unique circumstances. Not too long ago, then CKRH Board President Walter
Palmer and his wife, Sandra, hosted a family get-together
that included Sandra’s cousin, William Cole of Georgetown,
Ky., and his wife, Elaine. Elaine happened to mention she
had a horse; Walter told her about CKRH and how it was trying to improve the new Horses for Heroes program in which
military veterans work with horses. Elaine decided to make
a donation to Horses for Heroes in honor of her late father,
Arthur Knowles, a World War II veteran who had supported
a variety of veterans programs.
CKRH has a process to select horses that will be safe mounts
for our participants and will be happy with their new careers
as therapy horses. As you might imagine, our staff receives
many calls and emails from people wishing to lease or donate
their horses.
“He was in the Battle of the Bulge and some other big battles in World War II that really impacted him, and so that’s
why it was so important to him to be involved in veterans
programs,” said the Coles’ daughter Catherine “Cat” about
her grandfather.
We need you!
At the time, CKRH needed to acquire several horses to
participate in the Horses for Heroes program and contacted
noted Norwegian Fjord breeders Neil and Ruth Sorum in
Lebanon, Ohio.
A military veteran himself, Neil Sorum took an interest in
CKRH’s Horses for Heroes program. He deeply discounted
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How horses become
CKRH therapy mounts
We ask a set of questions regarding the horse’s age, height,
breed, training, soundness, health and temperament. See
http://ckrh.org/other.html and click on the link titled “Trial
Horse Screening Form” for more information.
Join CKRH as a volunteer for our therapeutic riding
classes. Work with our kind horses and amazing riders at
the beautiful Kentucky Horse Park. Volunteers are needed
to lead our horses, sidewalk with our riders and help in the
barn. Volunteer a few hours each week or stay all day.
For information, contact Volunteer Coordinator
Keri Manley at [email protected] or (859) 231-7066.
CKRH IS CENTER OF
PATH INTL. CONFERENCE
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n November 2011, a record crowd gathered in Lexington for PATH Intl.’s annual
meeting and conference, and CKRH had a strong presence at the event, providing volunteers and coordinating numerous activities.
CKRH Program Director Denise Spittler served as chairwoman of Equine Affair, a
daylong educational event at the Alltech Arena at the Kentucky Horse Park. Dr. Kristina Lu and her husband, Dr. Peter Morresey, both of whom are equine veterinarians
and serve on the CKRH Board of Directors, gave a well-attended seminar in which
they reviewed various breeds of horses used for equine-assisted therapies.
PATH Intl. (Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International)
is now the name of the organization formerly called NARHA. According to PATH Intl.’s website (pathintl.org), the name change was necessary because the previous name:
as deemed obsolete because of the word “handicapped,” which is
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inappropriate, outdated terminology.
id not convey the breadth of the organization and its disciplines,
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previously limited to riding.
• Did not convey international growth.
• Did not include the mental health field.
PATH Intl. was founded in 1969 as the North American Riding for the Handicapped Association (NARHA) to promote safe
and effective therapeutic horseback riding in the U.S. and Canada. Today, PATH Intl. has nearly 800 member centers and more
than 6,300 individual members in countries all over the world
who help and support more than 42,000 men, women and children with special needs each year through a variety of equineassisted activity and therapy programs.
Healing Hooves
returns to CKRH
Healing Hooves, a partnership between CKRH
and Hospice of the Bluegrass, will be held for the
sixth year on July 25-28.
The unique experience allows children and teenagers
to work through their grief
over the loss of a loved one
such as a sibling, parent or
grandparent by combining equine therapy, music
therapy and art therapy.
With the help of horses,
grief counselors and equine
specialists, participants
complete activities surrounding grief education,
establishing grief support
and self care.
For more information,
contact Brandy Gordon at
Hospice of the Bluegrass
Bereavement at email
[email protected]
CKRH WELCOMES NEW STAFF
nn Cothran, Keri Manley and
Karen Richardson are the latest
additions to CKRH’s staff.
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Ann, who joined CKRH in January 2010 as a part-time equine care assistant, is now a full-time instructor. A
graduate of Georgetown College with a
B.A. in History and an Equine Scholars
Distinction, the lifelong horsewoman
is currently schooling and competing
an off-the-track racehorse in three-day
eventing and competitive trail riding.
She is a PATH Intl. instructor.
Keri joined CKRH in January 2012
after spending seven years with Big
Brothers Big Sisters of the Bluegrass.
She graduated from Eastern Kentucky
University with a B.S. in outdoor recreation and park administration.
Karen came to CKRH in January
2012 after 23 years as executive secretary of the United Professional Horsemen’s Association at the Kentucky
Horse Park. She previously served as
office manager of the American Saddlebred Horse Association.
Another recent addition to the CKRH
team is Lindsey Ward, or “Miss Sparkle.” Lindsey comes to us from OWL
(Opportunity for Work & Learning), a
fantastic program that for 51 years has
provided vocational rehabilitation, training and job placement services to Central Kentucky and beyond.
We Remember
Sue Alexander
In March, CKRH lost a
great friend, Sue Alexander
of Lexington. Sue worked on
the newsletter and the NIGHT
OF THE STARS invitation
and program and did many
wonderful things for us over
the years. She was active in
the Central Kentucky Walking
Horse Association, and was a
board member of the Ohio Valley Walking Horse Association
and the Mercer County Fair
and Horse Show.
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AT&T SPONSORS
HORSES FOR HEROES
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ilitary veterans who return from combat can have
physical and mental conditions that cause depression and anxiety and lead to substance abuse and other serious issues while affecting their relationships with family and
friends. At CKRH, a program called Horses for Heroes, currently sponsored by AT&T, is using the healing power of the
horse to help these veterans.
Approximately 16 veterans participate in the 12-week
programs, which include two-hour sessions on Mondays and
Wednesdays. Taking part in the sessions are mental health
professionals from the VA, equine specialists representing
CKRH and specially trained horses that reside at CKRH and
participate in a variety of therapeutic activities for children
and adults.
Horses for Heroes is using the healing power of horses to help
military veterans.
Testimonials of three participants
I am an Operation Iraqi Freedom veteran who served in a high exposure to combat unit and was diagnosed with PTSD (posttraumatic stress disorder) after returning home. My symptoms included severe anxiety, depression and the inability to sleep.
I began using alcohol and other substances to cope. It was not until I lost my marriage, job, military career, self-respect and
almost my life that I began putting 100% of my effort into therapy.
This program is great. It gave me a chance to get out and begin to socialize. The CKRH staff is so knowledgeable about horses and has such a passion for helping veterans. They helped ease my nervousness and went out of their way to provide therapy.
The horse therapy gave me confidence. It gave me something to look forward to. Working with horses calms you down. It
takes your mind off many things. Trail riding through the Kentucky Horse Park and grooming horses were very relaxing. I
highly recommend this program to anyone with PTSD. — W.G. Parrigan
Thanks to Horses for Heroes, I learned new skills and a new hobby I will be able to enjoy for the rest of my life. We veterans
were able to socialize, get some exercise and bond with our horses, which for me was really special. Horses are good listeners
when you want to get something off your chest. The Kentucky Horse Park is calming and peaceful and feels like a safe place.
I looked forward to every lesson. I was able to challenge myself, and as I progressed, it really helped with self esteem and
depression. I recommend Horses for Heroes to any veteran. — J. Chestut
The Horses for Heroes program at CKRH will change peoples’ lives. The program got me thinking about getting out instead
of shutting out the world. It’s hard having PTSD, and sometimes veterans like me have a hard time moving forward. This
program can help get you moving in the right direction. — J. Marcum
We’re looking for veterans
Do you know a military veteran who would be interested in participating in Horses for Heroes?
Participants enjoy:
• Learning horsemanship.
• Developing riding skills.
• Learning about horse behavior.
• Socializing with other veterans.
• R
iding in an indoor arena and on the trail through the Kentucky Horse Park.
Taking part in the sessions are mental health professionals from the VA, equine specialists representing CKRH
and specially trained horses that reside at CKRH and participate in a variety of therapeutic activities for
children and adults.
For more information, contact CKRH Program Director Denise Spittler at (859) 231-7066 or denise @ckrh.org.
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BLUEGRASS RAPE CRISIS CENTER
PARTNERS WITH CKRH
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eautiful.” “Balance.” “Strength.” “Friend. “I trust
you.” These are just a few affirmations written in
chalk that appeared last fall on the shiny coats of the horses of CKRH. The words were written by survivors of rape
and childhood sexual abuse who participated in a unique
pioneering collaboration between CKRH and the Bluegrass
Rape Crisis Center.
Called the BRCC/CKRH EAST Group, the innovative
experience built upon the existing eight-week BRCC Building Blocks Group curriculum and provided equine-assisted
skills experiences that capitalize on the long-established
horse-human bond to promote healing. The name EAST
(Equine Assisted Survivors of Trauma) fits perfectly with
the collaboration’s objective to provide survivors of sexual
violence a new day filled with hope and promise.
The program resulted from CKRH’s desire to expand its
mental health programming and BRCC’s commitment to offer cutting-edge healing opportunities to survivors of sexual
violence.
“All EAST sessions consisted of non-mounted activities where group members partnered with their horses to
complete tasks designed to put the skills learned in BRCC’s
Building Blocks group into practice,” said Charlotte Easley,
a graduate student in the Master of Social Work program at
Asbury University who is interning at CKRH. “The Building Blocks Curriculum was developed by BRCC and has
been used successfully for group work many times. We just
understood that adding the equine component would take the
results to the next level.”
Once a week, participants gathered at CKRH for the
EAST Group, which combined psycho-education, skills
building, and equine-assisted learning to create a personal
journey of therapeutic healing. From walking to the field to
catch and halter their horses to meditating, from serpentine
walking to grooming, survivors participated in exercises
designed to assist them in working through common symptoms of trauma, such as trust issues, relationship challenges,
hyper-vigilance and post-traumatic stress.
Results of the initial program
Based on pre- and post-surveys of the inaugural EAST
Group, participants improved their coping and relational
skills and reduced their traumatic symptoms by 33%. They
gained confidence in working with horses and in their abilities to interact successfully with their horse and others.
When asked about the value of the combined group and the
ability to better manage emotions, symptoms and interpersonal relationships, the overall consensus was that adding
the equine component enhanced the therapeutic process for
clients. Responses included: “The personality of my horse
matched mine so well; he taught me so many things I could
not have discovered on my own” and “Animals and music
cut through the layers of my defenses faster than anything
else – awesome combination.”
These results have encouraged continued collaboration
between the two agencies in a commitment to provide the
best possible services to survivors of sexual trauma in Central Kentucky. However, financial support is needed for the
program to continue. For more information on how you can
financially contribute to the EAST Group, contact Pat Kline
at CKRH at (859) 231-7066 or [email protected] For general
information about the EAST Group, contact the Bluegrass
Rape Crisis Center toll-free at (800) 656- HOPE (4673).
Hippotherapy seminar scheduled for July
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KRH will host American Hippotherapy
Association-approved clinics in Level 1 Equine
Skills and Hippotherapy Treatment Principles on July 1215. Leading the sessions will be Lisa Harris, who initiated
and coordinates CKRH’s accredited hippotherapy program,
which is partnered with Cardinal Hill Rehabilitation Hospital.
Last year, 21 participants from 10 states traveled to
CKRH for the clinics. The 1 1/2-day equine skills course
targeted therapists and assistants with minimal to no horse
experience in nonmounted equine skills. Participants
worked with horses in teams of two or three. The 2 1/2-day
course in treatment principals was for entry-level therapists
using hippotherapy as a treatment strategy and those in or
working with hippotherapy teams.
Donations accepted for Tack Sale
It’s time to spring clean your barn, tack room, closet,
garage or your car. Keep in mind that your used tack and
other horsey items just might be someone else’s treasure.
Donate them to our 15th Annual Tack and Equipment Sale
on Oct. 27. You’ll receive a tax write-off and will help
CKRH students of all ages with varying disabilities.
Donations may be dropped off at CKRH just about any
time. Thanks for your help! And special thanks to Laura
Whayne and Judy Donahoe for their great work with this
event.
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THANKS TO OUR DONORS
2010-2011
This list does not include
NIGHT OF THE STARS sponsors.
Patron ($1,000 or more)
Airtran Airways Inc.
Animal Clinic at
Equestrian Woods LLC
AT&T Kentucky
Jim & Betty Barton
Bob & Jane Barton
David Beck CPA
Dr. Bill & Jackie Bernard
Brown-Forman Corporation
Children’s Charity Fund
Christopher & Dana
Reeve Foundation
Clorox
Creech Family Foundation Inc.
Darley Stud Management
Daryl G. Easley DVM PLLC
Equestrian Events Inc.
Four Star Sales LLC
Maggie B. & Kevin S. Garrison
Patricia B. Guinn
High Hope Steeplechase
Association Inc.
Hilary Boone Foundation Inc.
John T. & Andrea M. Ice
Jane Smith Turner Foundation
Bridget Justice
Kentucky River Properties LLC
Kroger
LexArts Inc.
Lightner Sams Foundation
Little Egypt Dressage Association
Mary K. Oxley Foundation
W. T. Maxson
Mary McClean
Menasha Corporation Found
Misdee Wrigley & James Mather
Miller Charitable Foundation Inc.
Mitsubishi Electric
America Foundation
Jack Mullikin
Nafzger Family Foundation
Nancy F. Newton
Nursery Place LLC
Katherine O’Brien
James & Katherine O’Brien
Katie O’Brien
Martin & Sue Padgett
Walter & Sandra Palmer
Fred N. & Victoria S. Parker
Lewis & Myra Prewitt
Carmen Rader-Bowles
Reeves International Inc.
Karlynn Reeves-Norris
Reuben H. Fleet Foundation
Fund at The San Diego Foundation
Frederick W. & Maria B. Rockhold
Rosenthal Foundation
Sallee Horse Vans Inc.
David Schneider
Brad & Marta Scroggin
Mace Siegel
South Elkhorn Christian Church
Kathy Splinter-Watkins
Susan L. Stanley
Christopher Stephenson
Taylor Made Charitable Fund at
Bluegrass Community Foundation
Dwight G. Tenney
The Mary Gaylord
McClean Foundation
The Rich Brooks Foundation Inc.
The Thorobreds
Thoroughbred Charities of America
John O. Venable
Ruth H. Venable
Dr. Patricia Ziefler
Friend ($500-$999)
Dr. Rizwan & Shaheen Ali
Sol Anker DDS PA
Anonymous
Mike & Julie Balog
Chet Blackey DVM, Kara Vittitow
DVM & Mike Betz DVM
Bluegrass Mustang Club
of Central KY
Jocelyn Casey
Julia & Kerry Cauthen
Patricia Clark
Commonwealth Credit Union
Congleton Freezer Beef
Aisling Cross
Denali Stud Inc./Craig Bandoroff
Patricia Green
Robert & Ramsey Hammond
Vivien & David Harper
Jamie & Damon Haynes
Horn & Associates in
Rehabilitation PLLC
Sabine Howard
Mr. & Mrs. G. Watts Humphrey Jr.
Keeneland
Kennelot Stables Limited
Kirkpatrick & Company
Adam Legate
Lucas Equine Equipment Inc.
Judith Mahan
Mike McClure
Reiley McDonald
David Meade
Members Heritage Federal
Credit Union
Minis on the Move at High Hope
Elizabeth Morgan
Murphy Equi-Services Inc.
Renie A. Murphy
Robbie Murphy
Northrop Equine PLLC
Mike & Jeanne Owens
Pilgrim Stables
Pin Oak Charitable Fund at Blue
Grass Community Foundation
Shannon Randolf
Stephen Slabaugh
Jackie Thomas
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Thornbury
Helene Viruega
Dr. Jeremy & Brandi Whitman
WinStar Farm LLC
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Sponsor ($100-$499)
Ailesbury Holdings LTD/
Mark Dixon
Alliance Stud LLC
Alton Blakley Family of Dealerships
Anonymous
Jane Atkinson
Bill Bakert
Ann Banks
Clifford & Elizabeth Barry
W.B. Rogers & Jackie Beasley
Sonja Blevins
Bluegrass Bracing Inc.
Bluegrass Morgan
Horse Association Inc.
Bluegrass Tire Company
Perry & Aurelia Bolton
William & Jean Bordt
Becky G. Bosomworth
Elizabeth Bragg
Jean M. Brewer
Carolyn P. Brock
Sandra R. Bromagen
Caldara Farm
Elizabeth Caldwell
Patrick J. & Mary Reeve Calie
Carla Blanton Consulting LLC
Tammy L. & David L. Carter
Charles & Anne Case
Dr. & Mrs. Mark Cheney
Laura Chlopecki
Joey & Lauren Clark
Nancy Clinkinbeard
Bruce Cobb
Robert Cole
Anne M. Combs
Teresa R. Combs
Conley-Morgan Law Group PLLC
Lynne M. & Patrick O. Costello
John Cottrell
Robert & Brenda Courtney
Nancy M. Cox
Craig Simpson Insurance Inc.
David Croxton
John Cummins DVM
Teresa Cunningham
Chauncey & B. Kyriss Curtz
Evelyn Dalby
Darby Dan Farm
Antoinette Daviduski
Mr. & Mrs. Fred Dearborn
Margaret R. Dougherty
Aisling & Gabriel Duignan
Ciaran Dunne
Rolf & Claire Embertson
Russell Enzie
Nicole Estes
Dr. Luke & Nancy J. Fallon
David Fleming
Vivian Flynn
Dr. Robert E. French
Vince Gabbert
Annabelle Gaty
Shirley Gough Gentry
GlenMalure Farm LLC
Cindy Goff
Derek G. Gordon
Brandy Hamby & Derek Gordon
Scott E. & Sharon S. Gould
Tom & Mur Greathouse
Green World Pharmacy
Roy E. Griggs
Philip & Vickie Grigson
Peter A. & Lisa S. Harris
Robert P. Hart
Horse Cents Inc.
Donald J. Human
John K. Hutcherson Jr.
Dr. Steve & Debbie Jackson
Brent A. & Jane D. Jacobs
Melissa Jefferson
Elisabeth Jensen
Dr. & Mrs. Jerry H. Johnson
Laura Johnson
Joseph Beth Donation Box
Ray & Karen Kasper
Mr. & Mrs. John E. Keller
Daniel P. Kenney
Kentucky Thoroughbred Farm
Managers Club
Jonathan K. Kern
Clark & Otie Kidwell
Kiwanis Club of Scott County
Patricia T. Kline
Lauren Kolegraff
Kentucky Thoroughbred
Owners & Breeders Inc.
Fonda Leach
Diane Leggett & Russell Enzie
Lochness Inc.
Ed & Carol Loeffler
Donald R. Lynam
Jill N. Mackey
Anita Madden
Beth McAllister
Christopher J. & Judith McCarron
James, Keiko & Sumi McCarty
Ted McClain
Dixie L. Miller
Tom Minnich
Monthie Mechanical Inc.
Dr. Peter R. Morresey &
Dr. Kristina G. Lu
Valerie Cravens & Paul Mulhollem
Robert Murphy
John & Sharon Murray
Kim Nelson
Laurel Nichols
Nicholson Insurance Agency
Nicoma Bloodstock
Nina Hahn Equine Insurance Inc.
John C. & Athena M. Noal
Michael S. & Kari O’Connor
Amy Owens
David & Jo Ann Palmer
Paramount Sales LLC
Gregory & Monica Parrinello
Mark J. Pascuzzi
The Peter Stone Company
Marc Plavin & Toni Reiss
Mark & Ann Plummer
Samuel K. & Lisa K. Pollock
Poor Man’s Derby
Anonymous Donation
Prestige Investments
David & Virginia Preston
PTN
Julia E. Quattrocchi
Susan Racine
Carl & Linda Reisacher
John & Margaret Richey
Tracey Roberts
Bitsy Ruch
Gregory & Bonnie Sallee
Dr. & Mrs. James F. Sautter
Ms. Emily Suzanne Schuhmann
W.T. Setzer
Dr. & Mrs. Steven I. Shedlofsky
Ernie & Mary Lou Shook
Kay Shumate
Kari H. Simon
James Smiley
James D. Smith
Solid Light Team
Southland Veterinary Clinic
C.J. & A.K. Spittler
Denise Guinn Spittler
Denise & Steve Spittler
Steve & Deborah Stakelin
Kelly Stephens
Anne Stigers
James & Deborah Sutton
Louis J. & Jodaniel Swift
Stephen Tatum
Judy Terrell
The Abercrombie Foundation
The National Drive
Kim Thompson-Winkler
Lisa A. Thornton
Town & Country Farm
Trackside Farms Inc.
Pam Upton
James W. & Carol H. Vest
Kathy Vincent
Elaine & Benjamin Walden
Margath Walker
Donna & John Ward
Vicki Warren
Lisa West
Nancy & David Whitehead
Kenneth & Elizabeth Whitehorn
Martha Wiedemann
Dr. Kenneth H. & Catherine
Wieschhoff
Deb Wilson
Robert A. Wilson
Jane Winegardner
Allan & Kathy Winger
Lewis & Lynne Wolfe
Supporting (Up to $99)
Linda Allison
Ameritech Security LLC
Anonymous (4)
B & B Morgan Tires
Denise Quandt
Michael & Kathryn Banahan
Margaret Barker
Linda L. Baughman
Donald W. Bayer
Jill Bell
Elizabeth & David Bender
Robert W. & Kimberly B. Blitch
Bluegrass Retired
Teachers Association
Anita & Kim E. Bolen
Jonathan Brannon
Frances R. Brenner
Emily & Bennie Bridges
Michele Brock
Carol & James Buchanan
Elizabeth Kennan & Michael Burns
Fara G. Bushnell
Roxanne Campbell
Judith Cannon
Dr. Tina I.Y. Cassar
Tom & Heidi Caudill
Chris & Catherine Chamberlain
Tyler Clark
Dorothy Clay
Judy Coffey
Helen Coleman &
Vanessa Ann Coleman
Helen Coleman
Bill Comley
Ann Cothran
James Dale Creech
Rena Curry
Marguerite L. Daubert
Jettye Davis
Brian & Amy Germann Dineen
Christine Donahoe
James & Josephine Donahoe
Catherine M. Donworth
Amy Dougherty
Daryl G. Easley DVM PLLC
Norm & Kathy Ellingsen
Episcopal Church of Our Saviour
Douglas & Sharon Eskew
Mike Estes
Susan & Mark Estes
Dianne & John Evans
Mary M. Evans
Nelson & Linda Faris
FCPS Title I Federal Program
Feldman Electric
Raphael A. Finkel
Sheila Foy
Steve Fritz
Hank & Mary Jo Germann
Beth Glaesser
Jack & Virginia Goodman
GoodSearch
Dole & Mona Gray
Marjorie & John Greene
Donald Lee & Ann Greenwell
Kathleen S. Gross
Nina Hahn
Marilyn Hamilton
Dan Hansen
Gregory Magruder &
Sandra Hatfield
Jamie Haynes
John Heaberlin
John A. Henderson
Betty Herrin
Nancy Herring
Nancy Herring &
Lisa Herring Harris
Lisa Hollingshead
Brent & Carol Hollis
Jon & Stephanie Howson
Glenn & Norma Huber
Jenny S. Jackson
Mollie K. Jameson
S. & A. Johns
Rhodes Johnston
Lois Jones
Sharon Jones
Louisa & Paul Jordan
Benjy & Connie Kinman
Kevin Kiper
Jesse & Sarah Kleintop
Rick Kopp
Anne T. Kraus
Kristine & Christopher Lain
Dave Leonard Family
Dwight & Rose Lewis
Lexmark International
Louise & Stephan Locke
Betty Long
Rebecca Lyon
Jennifer Madden
Clarence & Sceane Marshall
Keith D. & Kim C. Matheny
Terry McClanahan
Alicia Helm McCorvey
Harry & Beth Miller
John Paul Miller
Diane T. Minnifield
Barbara Mook
Ann Mulholland
John Henry & Melissa Mulholland
Ellen Murphy
National Equine Adjusting
Mr. & Mrs. Wayne Nave
Grant & Dorothy Nealis
Dr. Jacqueline Noonan
Rose Panyako
Catherine Parke
Duncan Peters DVM
Sharon & George Peterson
Darrell & Penny Plyman
Mary K. Pollock
Karla Porter
Jacquelyn & H. Graddy Prewitt
Christopher D. & Sarah Price
Margaret Price
Richard & Peggy Price
Bona Proctor
Mary & Philip Puddington
Denise Quandt
Kelly & Bruce Quick
Emily Ragland
Billy & Linda Rainey
Patsy Rainey
Debbra Reddy
Carol Ann Rose
R A Russell
Shelley Ryan
Beverly Schneider
Nancy & Benton Shirey
Bess Short
Dr. Bruce & Marjorie Snider
Spokes & Spurs
Gary & Connie Standiford
Michaela L. Stanley
Wayne & Mary Margaret Sterling
Linda & Paul Stewart
Richard & Sandra Suffoletta
Mr. & Mrs. Greg Swinford
Trackside Farms Inc.
Jeffrey & Donna Walker
Mark & Patricia Wallace
Kathy & Steve Watkins
Brad Watts
Laura Whayne
Karen & Barry White
Paula & James Whitmer
Joan Wilcoxen
Joan L. Wilhoit
Kim M. Thompson &
Michael A. Winkler
Amanda B. Workman
In Appreciation of Visits to Cobra
Farm, WinStar Farm, Darley at
Jonabell, Adena Springs, Pin Oak
Stud, Lane’s End, Donamire Farm,
Three Chimneys Farm, Airdrie Stud
Blue Grass Tours Inc.
In Appreciation of Visit to Denali
Stud during the Alltech FEI World
Equestrian Games
Blue Grass Tours Inc.
In Honor of Antebellum Farm’s July
2010 Show Volunteers: Marion Zeitlin, Carmen Bowles, Nancy Herring,
Erin Flanagan, Christine Phillips
Nancy F. Newton
In Honor of Antebellum Farm’s
August 2010 Show Volunteers:
Norma Northern, Carmen Bowles,
Nancy Herring, Erin Flanagan,
Nan Eichell
Nancy F. Newton
In Honor of Craig Bandoroff’s
service to Fasig-Tipton
Fasig-Tipton Company Inc.
In Honor of Doris Barlow
Donald W. Bayer (2)
Frances R. Brenner
Roy E. Griggs
Virginia Streeter
In Honor of Doris Barlow’s Birthday
Donald W. Bayer (2)
In Honor of Mr. & Mrs. Clifford
Barry, Mr. & Mrs. Dean Lavey,
Mr. & Mrs. Gary Harlow, Mr. &
Mrs. Tom Roach, Mr. & Mrs. Allen
Kershaw, Mr. & Mrs. Michael T.
Barnett, Mr. & Mrs. Don Robinson,
Mr. & Mrs. Mike Buckley, Mr. &
Mrs. Jeff Ownby, Mr. & Mrs. Bill
Maley, Mr. & Mrs. Michael Owens,
Mr. & Mrs. Brad Murray, Mr. &
Mrs. Mike Bell, Mr. & Mrs.
Christopher Speckert, Dr. Andy
Clark & Mr. & Mrs. Tim Thornton
Dr. Wm. D. Fishback Jr.
In Honor of Mr. & Mrs. Clifford
Barry, Mr. & Mrs. Dean Lavey, Mr.
& Mrs. Gary Harlow, Mrs. Robyn
Roach, Mr. & Mrs. Allen Kershaw,
Mr. & Mrs. Michael T. Barnett, Mr.
& Mrs. Don Robinson, Mr. & Mrs.
Mike Buckley, Mr. & Mrs. Bill
Maley, Mr. & Mrs. Michael Owens,
Mr. & Mrs. Brad Murray, Mr. &
Mrs. Mike Bell, Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Speckert, Mr. & Mrs. Tim
Thornton & Dr. & Mrs. Andy Clark
Dr. Wm. D. Fishback Jr.
In Honor of Mr. & Mrs. James
Bassett, Mrs. Edward Breathitt, Dr.
& Mrs. James G. Gay, The Hon. &
Mrs. Brereton Jones & Mr. & Mrs.
William Parrish
Kathy & Bob Brewer (2)
In Honor of our clients & patrons
The Bell Group
In Honor of Jeannie Brewer
Mary Bell MD
In Honor of the 50th Wedding
Anniversary of Mr. & Mrs
Robert M. Brewer
Anne P. Turner
In Honor of Penny Bruner
Vicki Warren
In Honor of Eric & Amanda Bryant
Linda Prine
In Honor of Linda & Steve Caddel/
Caddel Equine Therapy Center
Blue Grass Tours Inc.
In Honor of the CKRH ponies
& horses
Wendy W. Devier
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THANKS TO OUR DONORS
(continued from Page 9)
In Honor of Annie Clark
Schumer Bloodstock LLC
In Honor of Will Collier
Judith Jensen
In Honor of Sara & Brian Collins
Carol O’Reilly
Carol & Jim O’Reilly
In Honor of Thor Collins
Carol & Jim O’Reilly
In Honor of Curtis &
Marti Congleton
Sally & John David King
In Honor of Martha Congleton
Sally, JD, Alex & Stuart King
In Honor of Martha Congleton’s
Birthday
Sarah Congleton King
The JD King Family
In Honor of Jeanne Cox-Owens
Mary E. Richards
In Honor of The Creech Family
Paula Minton
In Honor of Tom Creech
Equine L & Conservation
Dan Rosenburg
In Honor of Judy Donahoe’s
contributions to CKRH
Christine Donahoe
James & Josephine Donahoe
In Honor of Wm. D. Fishback
Mike & Jeanne Owens
In Honor of Bob & Helen Flowers &
Drs. Tom & Anne Shurling
Harry & Beth Miller
In Honor of Bob & Helen Flowers
Harry & Beth Miller
In Honor of Dr. Lori Garkovich
Lynda J. Matusek
In Honor of Jean Gilcrest, Bonnie &
Larry Kittinger, Mrs. Dudley
Millikin & Mrs. Job Turner
Jean M. Brewer
In Honor of Mrs. Ann C. Hannah
Julie & Nicholas Tooth
In Honor of Geri Heffernan
Dr. Carol McLeod
In Honor of Nancy Herring, Erin
Flannagan & Nan Eichell
Nancy F. Newton
In Honor of Tushi & Dal Hope
Suzie & Ed Teater
In Honor of Sabine Howard
Honeywell International
Charity Matching (2)
In Honor of Dan & Ann Hunsinger
Julie Mink Hunsinger
In Honor of Annie Hutcherson
Mrs. Kelley Hutcherson (2)
In Honor of the Jump Start Horse
Trials scoring team, including Jane
Atkinson, Carmen Rader-Bowles,
Helen Coleman, Nanette Eichel,
Christina Gray, Nancy Herring,
Norma Northern, Julia Quattrochi,
Wayne & Mary Margaret Sterling
Keeneland Pony Club
In Honor of Arnold Kirkpatrick
Becky & Edward Chenault
In Honor of Peter & Gina Kirwan
Susan Bunning (2)
In Honor of Pat Kline
Michael & Kathryn Banahan
In Honor of Kris & Bob Lawson
Allison Webster & Dan Shumer
Pat Webster (2)
In Honor of Jo & Joe Leone
John & Joie Greene (2)
In Honor of Mike Levy’s service
to Fasig-Tipton
Fasig-Tipton Company Inc.
In Honor of “Loughnatousa Max”
Sally Lockhart (2)
In Honor of Travis Lynn
Jim Hawkins
In Honor of Andy & Stacey McChord
Mark Molla
In Honor of Harry Miller
W.B. Rogers & Jackie Beasley
In Honor of the Marriage of Harry
Miller & Elizabeth Newberry
Lee & Melinda Edgerton
In Honor of Clem Murphy’s service
to Fasig-Tipton
Fasig-Tipton Company Inc.
In Honor of Robert Murphy’s
80th Birthday
John & Jo Mink
In Honor of Jeanne Owens
Suzanne Biszantz
Dr. & Mrs. Dale Eckert
In Honor of Mike Owens &
Cobra Farm
Blue Grass Tours Inc.
In Honor of Chelsea Packard
Anonymous
In Honor of Padua Stables, Highfield
Stock Farm, Gary Biszantz (Cobra
Farm), Bob Dunham, Eugene
Melnyk (Winding Oaks Farm), Dr.
& Mrs. Fossom, Dr. William Baker,
Dean Lavy, Steve Norman &
Shannon White
WinStar Farm LLC
In Honor of Shawn Parker’s
Birthday
John & Jo Mink
In Honor of Kristin Pfahl
Dr. Carol McLeod
In Honor of “Poet”
Mary Ann & William A. Smith (2)
In Honor of Carmen Rader-Bowles
Meg Upchurch
In Honor of Carmen Rader-Bowles
& her Spring Bay Horse Trials
scoring crew
Spring Bay Horse Trials LLC
In Honor of Dr. Martha Rodgers
Bitsy Ruch
In Honor of Dr. Martha Rodgers &
Her Family
Hannah & Helena Emig
In Honor of Elizabeth Tenney Ruch
Mr. & Mrs. Fon Rogers II
In Honor of Wayne &
Marge Schreiber
Deborah & Frank Peters
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In Honor of Robert & Charlotte
Sestak’s 50th Wedding Anniversary
Deborah & Frank Peters
In Honor of Tom Shurling & In
Memory of Anne Shurling
Harry & Beth Miller
In Honor of Steve Slabaugh
Holly Slabaugh
In Honor of Carol Sole
Hannah Helm
In Honor of Denise Spittler for
her outstanding work
Carol & Howard Dickey
In Honor of the PhD of
Margey Stickney
Julie Cerel
In Honor of Billye Jean Stigall
Patsy Rainey
In Honor of Anna & Louis Stout’s
50th anniversary
Mike & Jeanne Owens
In Honor of Jim & Debbie Sutton
Susan Bunning (2)
In Honor of Tim Taylor
Cathy & Tim Evans
In Honor of Mallory Newman &
Eli Taylor
Rock & Rose Newman
In Honor of The Thomas Family
Scott E. & Sharon S. Gould
In Honor of Laura Thornton
& Family
Lisa A. Thornton
In Honor of TLS 3rd Grade
Teachers: Joni Calkins, Jaime
Lassman, Laurie Vennes
Camille L. Brunker
In Honor of James “Kelly” Vest
James W. & Carol H. Vest
In Honor of Patricia Webster
Kris & Bob Lawson
In Memory of Sandy Berger
Jeffrey A. & Gurpreet S. Berger
Philip Berger (2)
Stephen Edelstein
Raphael A. Finkel
Scott E. & Sharon S. Gould
Art Shechet & Marilyn Robie
In Memory of “Blackie”
Tom & Mur Greathouse
In Memory of “Bold Lady Avie”
& “Foreclosing”
A.L. & JoAnn Luedtke
In Memory of Penny Bruner
Vicki Warren (2)
In Memory of John Hefley Carpenter
Guenther Wood Group Inc.
Mary & John Mistak
In Memory of John C. Chew
Evelyn Dalby
Judy Donahoe
Margaret R. Dougherty
Virginia Dulworth
Griffin Gate Garden Club
Roy E. Griggs
N. Chew-Hancock & P. A. Hancock
Don Lynam & Judy Minnehan
Anne Stigers
Virginia Streeter
Joan M. Susong
Kenneth & Elizabeth Whitehorn
In Memory of “Spunky
Elizabeth Congleton”
Marshall T. & Karen R. Hynson
John David, Sally, Alex, Stuart King
In Memory of Hilda Creech
James Dale Creech
In Memory of Mr. John A. Creech Jr.
2956 Four Pines Condominium
BB&T
Jessica Gay Bell
Mrs. William T. Bishop III
Carolyn & Louis Brock (2)
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Lee Brown
Mildred M. Buster & Family
Robin Cline
Robert & Toni Congleton
Creech Inc. Employees
Curtis & Janet Ehrmantraut
Benjamin & Nita Elkin
Nancy Herring
Jim Host
Richard Hurst & Family
Thomas & Margaret Keene
Ruth Landrum
Mark Nabity
Louise W. Parker
Mrs. Margaret Parks
Laura Parrish
Jane & Tom Phillips
Debbie Roark-Sutherland
Mr. & Mrs. Fon Rogers II
Stephen Slabaugh
Stanley & Ruth Steffen
Wyn & Jean Ellen Paulson
Thomas & Marsha Thompson
Trackside Farms Inc.
Anne P. Turner
Bettie Tuttle
Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Waldroup
In Memory of Margaret Davis
Tony & Susan Holmes
In Memory of Jo Ann B. Deitz
Joe H. Dietz
In Memory of Russell Doane
Marcy Gibson
In Memory of her Daughter,
Joan Dulworth
Virginia Dulworth
In Memory of Jesse Evans
Cathy & Tim Evans
In Memory of “Fancy”
Dr. Carol McLeod
In Memory of Betsy Fishback
Bill & Trudy Gayle
Susan & Henry Hipkens
Anthony & Mary Dan Raider
In Memory of Kathryn Fishback
Beth Curlin
In Memory of Mary Ann Ford
Richard & Diane Abraham
Ken & Cristy Anderson
Bank of Lexington
William & Jo Ann Bay
Stanley & Cheri Beiting
Calvin Cranfill
John A. Cummins
Mildred Finn
Nancy J. Fister
Steve Crites & Bob Ford
David A. Franklin
Robin Garrard
Linda Gilkison
Golden Burley Tobacco Warehouse
Dr. Bob & Doris Griffith
Gayle Hardwick
Haynes Trucking LLC
Douglas & Kathryn Hendrickson
Hilliard Lyons
Will James & Toyota Team Members
Heidi Martin
Kiaran, Letty, Erin,
Ryan McLaughlin
Ron & Jackie Merrifield
Kay Sargent
William & Deborah Sauer
Peter & Sylvia Sutherland
Doreen Ward, Paula McKee, Rita
Thomas, Kathryn Hamlin, Cathy
Locher, Betty Skeesns, Suanne Jene,
Stephanie McCoy, Julius Kusimo,
Dr. Skeens & Denver Chaffin/
Huntington VA Medical Center
In Memory of Jamie Gaines
Anne Jackson
In Memory of Leo Gannon
Incol Credit Union
The Peters Family
In Memory of Lida Ingels Givens
Tony & Susan Holmes
In Memory of Lynn T. Gott
Anthony Cecil Insurance,
The Suzanna Carl Family
Wayne & Shirley Curry
Nina Hahn
Kaplow Insurance Agency
Muirfield Insurance Inc.
Nicholson Insurance Agency
Richard Trontz
In Memory of Patricia Graham
Vanessa & Tony Coleman, Alexa
Jameson & Helen Coleman
In Memory of Robert Wayne Hale
Susan H. Johnston
In Memory of Isaac Andrew Hall
Tad & Fonda Leach
In Memory of Dr. O.J. Helvey &
Mrs. Helvey
Cathy & Tim Evans
In Memory of Martha Wood Hoover
Tony & Susan Holmes
In Memory of Gloria Hope
Deborah & Frank Peters
In Memory of Madison
Alexandra Howard
Bluegrass Charity Ball
Libby & Norman Brown
Zigurds & Nancye Grigalis, Nancye
Carol Erwin, LTC John & Larisa
Erwin & Jeff & Theresa Erwin
Mr. & Mrs. Louis Lee Haggin III
In Memory of “Indian Charlie”
Dr. Doug Byars
In Memory of Terry Isaac
Al Isaac
In Memory of Dr. Donald L. Jacobs
Brent & Jane Jacobs
In Memory of Dinsmore
Davis Keller
Laurie Barbee (2)
Joe & Dianne Curtis
Suanne & Blaine Early
Erica Horn
In Memory of Prince Saud
bin Khaled
Chanteclair Farm Employees
Chanteclair Farm Inc.
Eddie Woods Stables
Equine Farm Management
Julie Gabrik
Glenn Graetz
Tristan Wallace
In Memory of Arnold Kirkpatrick
Nancy Herring
Gail Schneider, Tracy Sennett,
Stuart Magruder & Whit Magruder
& Families
In Memory of Helen Kline
Doris Barlow
Vivienne Brooking-Daneker
Evelyn Dalby
Judy Donahoe
Griffin Gate Garden Club
Roy E. Griggs
Phyllis Hasbrouck
Sara Meekins
Marjorie S. Runk
In Memory of Arthur Duncan
Knowles Jr.
Elaine Knowles Cole
In Memory of Linda Kohnhurst
Sandy Cornell (2)
In Memory of Vernon &
Lucille Lewis
Mavalyn Lewis
In Memory of Carl Loeffler
Ed & Carol Loeffler
In Memory of Evan Lounsbury
Cathy & Tim Evans
In Memory of David Mullins
Gerry O’Meara
In Memory of David Redmon Noble
Debbie Roark-Sutherland
In Memory of “Oreo”
Maggie B. & Kevin S. Garrison
In Memory of Rachel Pemstein
Lynda J. Matusek (2)
In Memory of Dr. Martha J. Post
Tony & Susan Holmes
In Memory of Thomas
Maffett Primm
Anne E. Schiffer & Betty E. Barrett
Charles & Anne Case
Hannah Emig
Garland Farm
Dr. & Mrs. John Mink
Toyota Motor Manufacturing
Kentucky
In Memory of Fauntleroy &
Charlotte Pursley
Joan P. Mayer
In Memory of Sally Quillan
Tony & Susan Holmes
In Memory of the James
Redmon family
Linda & Chris Willson
In Memory of Clara Rising
John & Toni Sorrell
In Memory of “Ro”
Lynda J. Matusek
In Memory of “Rockie”
A.L. & JoAnn Luedtke
In Memory of Diane E. Safarik
Robert P. Hart
In Memory of “Sammy”
Dr. Carol McLeod
In Memory of Carolyn Schneider
The Jane Parker Family
In Memory of Anne Schreiber
Deborah & Frank Peters
In Memory of “Sonny James”
Doug & Susan Byars
In Memory of “Stella”
Tom & Mur Greathouse
Jo Mink
In Memory of Margaret Stickney
Julie Cerel
In Memory of Michael Swerczek
Judy Donahoe
In Memory of “Tad”
David & Robin Brosius
In Memory of Mrs. Sally
Ann Tallman
Dr. & Mrs. K. Harry Wieschhoff
In Memory of “Tallulah”
Vanessa Coleman
In Memory of “Tally”
Nancy Herring
In Memory of “Teddy”
Helen, Vanessa & Rick Coleman
In Memory of Carter Thornton
Nelson & Linda Faris
Tony & Susan Holmes
In Memory of Leslie
Wallace Underwood
Bruce & Esther Breeding
Belle Christerson, Billie Roberts,
Sharon Marcum, Beverly Swerin,
Carol Daughtery, Shirley Aubrey,
Kathi Bauman, Linda Spencer
Cobra Farm
Ray & Jayne Donnell
Edwina Featherston
Nancy Godbold
Kit Godbold
Stephen Godbold
Mrs. T.W. Nudd
Marilyn A. Owens
Mary E. Richards
Judy Schurman
Curt & Frances Slater
Lucy Stevens
John M. Thomas
Arran Walker & Family
In Memory of Bobbie Werling
Mr. & Mrs. Paul J. Burke
Denny’s Auto Center
Marilyn & Arnold Qualkenbush,
Marla Richardson, Cheri Clary,
Etta Begle, Lesa Farlow
Fred Hoepfer
Sharron Morgan
Christie Oliver
Vickie & Melton Robertson
Brad & Leah Settles Family
Irene & Gary Souder
Tanbark Association of Neighbors
Amy Tetlow
Peter & Diana Vertin
Jo, Gary & Cheryl Weaver
G. Thomas & Nancy Wenning
Hilbert & Helen Witte
Christopher & Susan Wilson
In Memory of Hailey White
Tonya Painter
In Memory of Allen Prather Williams
Tony & Susan Holmes
In Memory of Brian N. Willson
Linda & Chris Willson
Under-Cover Campaign Donations
(Jan. 1, 2010-Dec. 31, 2011)
Biszantz Charitable Foundation
Bluegrass Charity Ball
Central Bank & Trust Co.
John & Viriginia Creech CRUT
Creech Family Foundation, Inc.
Honorable Order of
Kentucky Colonels
Kentucky Horse Council
Mt. Horeb Presbyterian Church
Mulhollem Cravens Foundation
The Oxley Foundation
Dr. & Mrs. Barry Simon
Stephen L. Slabaugh
Dr. Kenneth H. & Catherine
Wieschhoff
William T. Young, Jr.
Under-Cover Campaign In-Kind
Donors to Date
Anonymous – Phone System
Voice Mail
ATS – Pavement/Blacktop
Huston Barger – Masonry
Big Ass Fans – Arena & Barn Fans
Bluegrass Irrigation – Outside
Irrigation System
Clay Corman Excavating –
Excavation
Dennis Fencing – Fencing
Allen Gaines – Excavation
The Hayden Company Inc. –
Concrete Labor, Pre-Engineered
Wood-Erection, Construction
Management Fee
Hayden Steel Service –
Pre-Engineered Steel/Erection
Steve Hillenmeyer – Landscaping
Richard Huff – Carpentry Work
IMI – Concrete
Kentucky Building Supply –
Windows Office Material
Kentucky Horse Park – Land,
Fence Painting
Landmark Sprinkler Inc. –
Sprinkler System
Lexmark – Arena Lighting, Misc.
Furnishings, Printers
Montgomery Machine Shop – Steel
Stall Hardware-Material
Nalley & Gibson – Stone
Aggregate-Material
Nucor Building Systems –
Pre-Engineered Steel-Material
O’Nan Glass – Glass Fronts
Pieratt’s – Washer, Dryer,
Refrigerator
Sodworks – Sod
State of Kentucky Transportation
Dept. – Paving of Parking Lot &
Driveway
Stockade Buildings – Re-Engineered
Wood & Material
Stratton Lumber – Windows Tack
Room Material
Vulcan – Rock
Wilhite Limited – Structural Steel/
Material & Erection
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CALENDAR (events at CKRH, that benefit CKRH and/or involve CKRH)
March 31
April 2-7
April 23-29
May 5
May 20
May 26
June 11-17
June 16
June 20-21
June 27-30
July 12-14
July 16-19
July 25-28
Aug. 1-4
Aug. 7-Nov. 19
Aug. 26
Aug. 28-Sept. 3
Sept. 29
Oct. 5
Oct. 6
Oct. 27
Nov. 10
Dec. 11
Paul Frazer Memorial Combined Test and Horse Show, Kentucky Horse Park (benefits CKRH)
CKRH closed for participant services (Fayette Co. and Scott Co. schools on spring break)
CKRH closed for participant services (Rolex Kentucky Three-Day event going on at Kentucky Horse Park)
Kentucky Derby Day activities, CKRH
High Hope Steeplechase, Kentucky Horse Park (CKRH receives partial proceeds)
CKRH Horse Show
CKRH closed for participant services
NIGHT OF THE STARS, Keeneland Entertainment Center
Pony Club D1 Rally
Pony Club Camp
American Hippotherapy Association Clinic, CKRH
Horse Crazy Camp
Healing Hooves (a partnership with Hospice of the Bluegrass), CKRH
PATH Intl. Workshops
Therapeutic Riding Session II, CKRH
Touch A Truck (benefit for Child Development Centers of the Bluegrass)
CKRH closed for participant services (Labor Day holiday)
Special Olympics, Kentucky Horse Park
Darley Alcibiades Day at Keeneland
Down Syndrome Association Buddy Walk
Annual Harvest Trail Ride/Ride-a-Thon and Tack and Equipment Sale, CKRH
CKRH closed for participant services (state high school track meet at Kentucky Horse Park)
Annual Christmas Party, CKRH
For the latest dates of activities, visit www.ckrh.org and click on the link titled “Calendar.”
12 CKRH Hoof Notes | Spring/Summer 2012

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