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Kentucky Equine Education Project announces five new board members

The board of directors of the Kentucky Equine Education Project (KEEP) announced today that five new members were added to the Board. At a meeting held on Jan. 15 the KEEP Board voted to accept Ellis Park, Duncan Taylor of Taylor Made Farms, Scott Mallory of the Kentucky Thoroughbred Farm Managers Club, and trail riding advocate Roy Cornett as new Board members. In addition, Chip Bach, the General Manager of Turfway Park, will replace former Turfway President Bob Elliston on the KEEP Board.

“We are pleased that so many distinguished members of Kentucky’s horse industry are excited to serve on the KEEP Board,” remarked KEEP Chairman Corey Johnsen. “This new group of Board members represents the diversity that makes KEEP such an effective organization in representing Kentucky’s horse industry. I believe that it is extremely important to have a well-rounded board of directors that is dedicated to improving our industry. I am sure that these five new members will make a strong impact on our board.

From Kentucky Equine Education Project

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