Students walk past a horse statue at The Kentucky Horse Park. Participants in the Summer Youth Employment Program in Lexington took a tour of the Kentucky Horse Park thanks to a public-private partnership with Partners for Youth and Equestrian Events, Inc. Equine Career Days for the students were organized on July 10 at the Kentucky Horse Park. Photo by Deepanjan Mukhopadhyay | Staff
Students walk past a horse statue at The Kentucky Horse Park. Participants in the Summer Youth Employment Program in Lexington took a tour of the Kentucky Horse Park thanks to a public-private partnership with Partners for Youth and Equestrian Events, Inc. Equine Career Days for the students were organized on July 10 at the Kentucky Horse Park. Photo by Deepanjan Mukhopadhyay | Staff Herald-Leader
Students walk past a horse statue at The Kentucky Horse Park. Participants in the Summer Youth Employment Program in Lexington took a tour of the Kentucky Horse Park thanks to a public-private partnership with Partners for Youth and Equestrian Events, Inc. Equine Career Days for the students were organized on July 10 at the Kentucky Horse Park. Photo by Deepanjan Mukhopadhyay | Staff Herald-Leader

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