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Jamie Link, chief executive of the World Games Foundation, urged drivers heading to the Kentucky Horse Park during the Games to heed the signs and the traffic officers because the routes might be different than the ones with which locals are familiar.
G Top British eventing rider Oliver Townend has taken himself off of Britain's reserve list for the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games. Instead, he will concentrate on defending his title at the Burghley three-day event in his home country and for
Ky. (AP) The Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games begin next month and organizers say that ticket sales are up, along with about 300 temporary structures throughout the Kentucky Horse Park. Things are really beginning to take shape, said Jamie Link,
A temporary quarantine space at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport will process hundreds of foreign horses headed to the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games next month. A cluster of tents in the employee parking lot at the airport
More Information In March, University of Louisville economist Paul Coomes estimated the economic impact of the Games for Kentucky at $167 million, with $96.5 million in direct spending on such items as hotels, restaurants and tickets. Additional
More Information About 1,000 more volunteers are needed to help with the expected 300,000 spectators during the 16-day competition, according to Erin Faherty, director of volunteer services for the Games. The volunteers will work as competition
That scraps the original plan to allow free parking at Newtown Pike's Coldstream Research Park and shuttle people to the Horse Park and may renew concerns about traffic congestion near the Games. The plan eliminates any free ride to the games and
To the inexperienced, it might not look as exciting as horses racing around over high jumps. "Here's the issue with dressage: Dressage itself is boring for most people because the essence of the sport is training," says Kenneth Braddick of Dressage
Sunday's 3 p.m. game against the Louisville Crusaders will be played at the arena. But Tony Chase said he is working to schedule the remaining home games at arenas in Corbin and Frankfort and might use a high school gym in Lexington next season.