Lexington, KY. March 21, 2017 — Maker’s Mark Secretariat Center (MMSC), a premier non-profit re-schooling facility for adoptable Thoroughbreds located at the Kentucky Horse Park partnered with members of Horse Country for Meet the Neighbors, a special day of complimentary tours for local fans.
Horse Country’s Meet the Neighbors took place on Saturday, March 18th when all guests and fans toured the heart of the Bluegrass. Throughout the day, MMSC’s new class of adoptable, off-track Thoroughbreds were able to show off their news skills that they have honed in for their second career.
“With the help from Horse Country and the continual support of our community members, we are capable of sharing our story and mission in order to help change the lives of off-track Thoroughbreds,” said Director of Maker’s Mark Secretariat Center, Susanna Thomas. “We wanted to invite the Lexington community to a fun, family friendly event to show them how these amazing horses play an integral role in the equestrian community.”
Horse Country is an organization of horse farms, equine medical clinics and equine attractions dedicated to sharing the stories of Kentucky’s Horse Country. They strive to create emotional experiences by sharing the story of the horses, the land and the people, with all horse-lovers and guests. The ultimate goal is to develop fans of farms and clinics through tourism experiences.
About Maker’s Mark Secretariat Center: The Maker’s Mark Secretariat Center (MMSC) is a premier non-profit re-schooling facility and showcase for adoptable Thoroughbreds. Founded in 2004, the MMSC uses its illustrious location in the Kentucky Horse Park to herald the athleticism of this amazing breed by teaching new skill sets to horses of all levels of ability so they can go on to be ambassadors for racehorses in new careers.