The Kentucky Equine Humane Center occupies about 70 acres of rolling pastureland, along with a stable and other outbuildings, northwest of Nicholasville. The KEHC cares for more than 40 rescued equines of diverse breeds and ages, from Appaloosas to thoroughbreds, ponies and mules.
The Kentucky Equine Humane Center occupies about 70 acres of rolling pastureland, along with a stable and other outbuildings, northwest of Nicholasville. The KEHC cares for more than 40 rescued equines of diverse breeds and ages, from Appaloosas to thoroughbreds, ponies and mules. Herald-Leader
The Kentucky Equine Humane Center occupies about 70 acres of rolling pastureland, along with a stable and other outbuildings, northwest of Nicholasville. The KEHC cares for more than 40 rescued equines of diverse breeds and ages, from Appaloosas to thoroughbreds, ponies and mules. Herald-Leader

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