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December 2019

Fall 2019 KEMI Graduates

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Best of luck to our Fall of 2019 graduates!

Bailey Bales – University of Missouri/ Pin Oak Stud

Cristina Brandon – Colorado State University/ Silver Springs Stud

Brittney Bremer – Virginia Tech University/ WinStar Farm

Tanzynn Christensen – Southern Utah University/ Indian Creek Farm

Kalley Christopherson – University of Wisconsin, River Falls/ Lane’s End Farm/ Oak Tree Division

Angelica Damp – University of Nebraska- Lincoln / Monticule Farm

Casady Fuzzell – Oklahoma State University/Lane’s End Farm

Madison Hrynda – West Virginia University/ Crestwood Farm

Sadie Jenkins – Oklahoma State Unversity/ Juddmonte Farms

Samantha Levkulic– Cornell University / Brookdale Farm

Henrique Marquez – Universidad Positivo, Brazil/ Stone Farm

Sydney McNab – Oregon State University/ Denali Stud

Rachel Parrish – West Virginia University/ Trackside Farm

Brynna Rydosz – Louisiana State University/ Silver Springs Stud

Emily Siffert – University of Findlay/ Denali Stud

Skylar Terrell – Stephen F. Austin State University/ Darby Dan Farm

Shelby Vanslander – Oregon State University/ Margaux Farm

Kayli Waddle – West Texas A&M University/ Denali Stud

Nathan Williams – University of Missouri/ Shawhan Place Farm

Congratulations, Fall 2019 KTFMC award winner, Cristina Brandon!

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Congratulations, Fall 2019  KTFMC award winner,  Cristina Brandon!

The Kentucky Thoroughbred Farm Managers Club (KTFMC) awards one Kentucky Equine Management Internship (KEMI) intern a Management Award each session.  This award recognizes an intern for their hard work, professionalism, and dedication to the industry.  The award includes a cash prize as well as an opportunity to shadow an industry professional of the intern’s choosing for the week following their internship. Cristina Brandon was recently announced as the KTFMC scholarship winner for the Fall of 2019.  Congratulations, Cristina!