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The 2017 Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event is fast approaching, and the MMSC needs your help!  From April 27th to the 30th, people from all over will be coming to embrace and celebrate this prestigious equine event. The MMSC needs volunteers to help us in the barn, in the office, and at our Rolex booth. Duties may vary from barn and horses, to greeting visitors to the MMSC, to manning our booth at the trade fair.

Below is a list of time slots during which we could use your help.  If you are available and would like to help the MMSC Team, please let us know by filling out the form below and clicking on the "Submit" button.  If you can work multiple days and/or time slots, we would be so grateful, but even just one day and time slot will make a huge difference in our success during these exciting four days.

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Please include: A contact phone no. Where you would like to help (barn, office, booth). The day(s) when you can help. The time slot(s) when you can help.

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

Looking to get involved at the Kentucky Horse Park in the horse capital of the world?  Why not start with volunteering at the Maker's Mark Secretariat Center?  Your support matters to us. The Maker’s Mark Secretariat Center welcomes volunteers – horsey or not, local or out of state.  From the barn to the office, we have a task for you!

The MMSC welcomes volunteers of all ages, all professional backgrounds, and all levels of equestrian knowledge and ability.

Please fill out our volunteer form to get started.  It can be faxed to 859.246.3082, e-mailed to mmsecretariatcenter@gmail.com, or mailed to us. Please come help us with:

  • Mowing/Weed-eating
  • Gardening
  • Answering the phone
  • Daily brushing and cleaning horses
  • Barn Chores (ie: mucking stalls, feeding, sweeping, etc.)
  • Painting and repairing fences
  • Cleaning tack
  • Cleaning our office
  • Helping with mailings

Please be advised that because of liability issues, volunteers are not allowed to ride.