Charity Auction Features American Pharoah, Zenyatta Items To Benefit KEMI

Through the generosity of the Kentucky Thoroughbred Farm Managers Club, the Kentucky Equine Management Internship is auctioning five halters and one horseshoe plaque to benefit its program.

The items include halters worn by American Pharoah (donated by Coolmore/Ashford Stud), Zenyatta (donated by Lane’s End Farm), Hard Spun (donated by Godolphin/Darley America), Serengeti Empress (donated by Taylor Made Farm), New Money Honey (donated by e5 Racing Thoroughbreds) and a plaque of a shoe worn by War Front (donated by Claiborne Farm).

All proceeds benefit the KEMI program, which is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving opportunities for students wishing to pursue a career in equine management. KEMI works with students currently enrolled at a sponsoring college or university or with recent graduates of those institutions. Their internships provide students with opportunities to combine their academic work with hands-on experience at central Kentucky farms

The items are being auctioned off on eBay. The auction ends July 3, 2021 at 3 pm. Find the auctions here.

For more information about the KEMI program, check out their website at www.kemi.org.

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