May 5, 2013 - 1:33pm
The sisters Kim Boyle and Aimee Boyle Wulfeck have made Ferdinand's Ball into a successful and elegant occasion that everyone enjoyed at the Muhammad Ali Center. It benefited the retired Thoroughbreds at Old Friends.
We arrived at the Muhammad Ali Center for the Ferdinand’s Ball not sure what to expect as I have never been there before.
April 26, 2013 - 8:22am
Once the Kentucky Derby is over you can head on down to Georgetown, Kentucky on Sunday, May 5, and visit the retired thoroughbred racehorses at Old Friends Equine's 9th Annual Homecoming event.
On Sunday May 5, 2013, starting at 3 pm, you can come down to Old Friend’s Thoroughbred Retirement Facility after the Kentucky Derby is over and help the 120 thoroughbred equine retirees that
March 20, 2013 - 9:10am
Here is a chance to have a great time getting into the Derby mood and help retired thoroughbred racehorses find new homes at the same time. Second Stride will be having their 2nd Annual Kentucky Derby Party fundraiser at Molly Malone's on Baxter Avenue on April 29.
What a great way to kick off Kentucky Derby week. On Monday, April 29, 2013 Second Stride, a 501(c) (3) non-profit facility that retrains retired thoroughbred racehorses to new careers and then adopts them out, will have their Kentucky Derby Party at Molly Malone’s Highlands location on...
July 29, 2012 - 7:06pm
Second Stride Inc. is an organization that works within the racing industry to place retired Thoroughbred racehorses into new homes and second careers. Recently retired racehorse Lucky Albert is lucky as he finds his new home and second career.
On July 21 this writer headed out to one of Second Stride’s foster farms that retrains and adopts out Thoroughbred racehorses to new homes and new careers after their racing careers have ended. Second Stride is a 501 (c)(3) tax-exempt, non-profit organization. We were driving to Moserwood...
July 29, 2012 - 6:51pm
Ferdinand’s Ball was a winning success for guests and the event’s beneficiary - Old Friends Equine. We have many photos of the event.
It didn’t matter whether you were a celebrity or a local person from the community just wanting to help the horses at Old Friends Equine, the event‘s beneficiary, Ferdinand’s Ball Founders Kim Boyle and Aimee Wulfeck made sure all guests were treated like royalty.