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Congratulations, Fall 2007 Michelle Fuerniss Scholarship Winner, Kathryn Dickson!

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The Michell Fuerniss Scholarship Fund has been established to benefit one commendable KEMI intern each session.  The scholarship fund was created to honor the memory of Michelle Fuerniss, a young Central Kentucky woman who was devoted to the Thoroughbred industry.  Kathryn Dickson was selected to receive the award as recognition of her work ethic, community involvement, and her dedication to the care of horses.  Congratulations, Kathryn!

KEMI announces Fall 2007 interns

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The Kentucky Equine Management Internship (KEMI) is pleased to welcome 23 interns for the Fall of 2007 session:

Ashley Bryant – University of Maine

Darci Burton – Chico State University

Amanda Bush – North Carolina State University

Clay Cason – California

Briana Clark – University of Vermont

Kathryn Dickson – New Mexico State University

Sylwia Dobrzynska – Poland

Meredith Freeney – Michigan State University

Katie Goodman – William Woods University

Sarah Grigoleit – Colorado State University

Vyctoria Griner – Michigan State University

Leanda Hodgkin – Johnson & Wales University

Joy Hohenshelt – University of California Davis

Lisa Letsch – Oregon State University

Nicolas Martin-Ferro – Argentina

Leisa Milano – Utah State University

Amber Pipes – Louisiana Tech University

Rod Richardson – Indiana

Jessica Smith – New Mexico State University

Amy Vasko – University of California, Davis

Felicia Whitten – University of Maine

Justin Wojczynski – Michigan State University

Katrina Zimmer – University of California, Davis

Welcome interns!

Spring 2007 KEMI Graduates

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Congratulations to our Spring of 2007 Kentucky Equine Management Internship (KEMI) graduates!

Michelle Beaver – The Ohio State University – Gainesway Farm

Joni Bowling – Sierra College – Trackside Farm

Brittany Branham – University of Florida – Three Chimneys Farm

Clay Cason – California – Hinkle Farm

Krista Cotton – West Texas A&M University – Shawnee Farm

Katelyn Dagit – North Carolina State University – Shawnee Farm

Kelly Eatman – Berry College – Juddmonte Farms

Caitlin Fosgate – Berry College – Overbrook Farm

Justin Goethals – Washington – Margaux Farm

Asha Govia – Sam Houston State University – Lane’s End/Oak Tree Division

Vyctoria Griner – Michigan State University – Hunter Valley Farm

Nicole Hesse – California State University, Fresno – Dell Ridge Farm

Joy Hohenshelt – University of California, Davis – Creekview Farm

Angela Infante – Michigan State University – Margaux Farm

Beth Jinkerson – Colorado State University – Dell Ridge Farm

Lane Johnson – University of Tennessee, Martin – WinStar Farm

Chelsea Juarez – University of Wyoming – Juddmonte Farms

Brittany Kobylensky – University of Connecticut – Shadwell Farm

Shannon McBride – Bringham Young University – Cobra Farm

Anne Nurenburg – Michigan State University – Ashford Stud

Kelly Penn – Texas A&M University – Cobra Farm

Nicole Schnell – North Carolina State University – Trackside Farm

Brianne Tisbert – Scottsdale Community College – Shadwell Farm

Amy Vasko – University of California, Davis – Denali Stud

Jennifer White – Texas A&M University – Pin Oak Stud

Best of luck to our Spring of 2007 graduates!

Congratulations, Spring 2007 KTFMC award winner, Nicole Hesse!

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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.  Nicole Hesse was recently announced as the KTFMC scholarship winner for the Spring of 2007.  Congratulations, Nicole!

Congratulations, Spring 2007 Michelle Fuerniss Scholarship Winner, Nicole Hesse!

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The Michell Fuerniss Scholarship Fund has been established to benefit one commendable KEMI intern each session.  The scholarship fund was created to honor the memory of Michelle Fuerniss, a young Central Kentucky woman who was devoted to the Thoroughbred industry.  Nicole Hesse was selected to receive the award as recognition of her work ethic, community involvement, and her dedication to the care of horses.  Congratulations, Nicole!

KEMI announces Spring 2007 interns

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The Kentucky Equine Management Internship (KEMI) is pleased to welcome 26 interns for the Spring of 2007 session:

Michelle Beaver – The Ohio State University

Joni Bowling – Sierra College

Brittany Branham – University of Florida

Clay Cason – California

Krista Cotton – West Texas A&M University

Katelyn Dagit – North Carolina State University

Kelly Eatman – Berry College

Andrea Fawcett – University of Tennessee, Martin

Caitlin Fosgate – Berry College

Justin Goethals – Washington

Asha Govia – Sam Houston State University

Vyctoria Griner – Michigan State University

Nicole Hesse – California State University, Fresno

Joy Hohenshelt – University of California, Davis

Angela Infante – Michigan State University

Beth Jinkerson – Colorado State University

Lane Johnson – University of Tennessee, Martin

Chelsea Juarez – University of Wyoming

Brittany Kobylensky – University of Connecticut

Shannon McBride – Bringham Young University

Anne Nurenburg – Michigan State University

Kelly Penn – Texas A&M University

Nicole Schnell – North Carolina State University

Brianne Tisbert – Scottsdale Community College

Amy Vasko – University of California, Davis

Jennifer White – Texas A&M University

 

Welcome interns!

Fall 2006 KEMI Graduates

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Congratulations to our Fall of 2006 Kentucky Equine Management Internship (KEMI) graduates!

Rachel Bissonette – Ohio State ATI – Lane’s End/Oak Tree Division

Joni Bowling – Sierra College – Shawnee Farm

Christina Chigbrow – University of Idaho – Stonestreet Farm

Claire Harrison – Oxford Brooks, England – Trackside Farm

Lindsey Justyn – Sierra College – Shawnee Farm

Dara Neal – Virginia Tech – Trackside Farm

Tae Won Park – South Korea – Three Chimneys Farm

Ashley Pinney – Texas A&M University – Pin Oak Stud

Alex Raisor – University of Georgia – Pin Oak Stud

Katie Tolbert – Clemson University – Juddmonte Farms

Alisa Tringale – University of Tennessee, Knoxville – Lane’s End/Oak Tree Division

Best of luck to our Fall of 2006 graduates!

Congratulations, Fall 2006 KTFMC award winner, Tae Won Park!

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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.  Tae Won Park was recently announced as the KTFMC scholarship winner for the Fall of 2006.  Congratulations, Tae Won!