After two years of planning, phase one of the renovation at the American Saddlebred Museum is underway. Architect Christopher Quirk, with Solid Light has designed the space and Solid Light exhibit designers have created updated exhibits. This is the second renovation since the Museum opened at the Kentucky Horse Park in 1986.
The American Saddlebred Museum is pleased to announce the Keith Bartz Impact Scholarship Award. This year, the award is $1,500 and will be given to an individual dedicated to raising awareness of the American Saddlebred and improving the community. The scholarship will be awarded at the annual UPHA National Conference.
The American Saddlebred Museum is seeking a skilled development and marketing professional to assist in fundraising, donor relationships, and execution of marketing and communication strategies for the Museum, located in Lexington, Kentucky at the Kentucky Horse Park.
The American Saddlebred Museum held its annual World's Championship Horse Show party on Wednesday, August 23rd during the Kentucky State Fair. The move in venue from the Saddlebred Cafe to the South Wing C Ballroom allowed for an additional 300 people to attend the event - a total of 800. The theme of the event was 70s game shows, which set the stage for a fun evening and many great outfits.