Equine Summit

While attending the Kentucky International Equine Summit this week, I’ve been reminded that bloggers need to be more consistent and more frequent with postings. So, here’s my offering for today. The sessions are being broadcast and recorded by the folks at HorseTV. That’s a good thing, even for those in attendance, as different topics are being presented at the same time in different rooms.

Yesterday’s luncheon speaker was John Long, Chair of the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games and CEO of the USEF. Not only are Lexington and the State of Kentucky making basic preparations for this very special event, Long explained that he is also hopeful for a lasting legacy for the Horse Park, the region and the industry.

Today’s topics include multimedia marketing strategies and on-line communications — guess I’d better be there!

Categories: Events


  1. Shelby Snorek Said,

    April 27, 2010 @ 11:01 am

    We can better market our horses if people can see them and they will be able to see them if when showing the placings are announced while the horses are still in the ring. Names and numbers mean nothing if you cannot see the horse that wins.

  2. William and Lynette Said,

    April 27, 2010 @ 11:31 am

    It’s been a great summit. Very informative and lots to learn. Steve, you just had a great session.

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