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Thank you, Thoroughbred Charities of America!

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KEMI would like to thank Thoroughbred Charities of America (TCA) and all the farms that donated stallion seasons for all your continued support of the KEMI program.  To find out more about how TCA supports the thoroughbred industry, go to www.tca.org.

Change of Session Dates – 2016 and Beyond

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In order to better accommodate our Host Farms, the KEMI Board has made changes to our program dates that will take effect in 2016 and beyond. The Spring Session will be shortened by one week. Interns will still arrive in mid-January, but will be finishing up the last week of May/first few days of June. The Fall Session interns will then arrive mid-June and finish up the last week of November/first few days of December. This means the Fall session will be lengthened by about two weeks. This change was suggested by those farms that primarily prep yearlings. They requested that we bring the interns in earlier to expose them to those yearlings being prepared for the July sales.

Future Dates for KEMI sessions:

2016 Spring
January 11 – June 3

2016 Fall
June 20 – December 2

2017 Spring
January 9 – June 2

2017 Fall
June 19 – December 1

2018 Spring
January 8 – June 1

2018 Fall
June 18 – November 30

Future sessions will follow the same pattern. These changes do not affect the application dates.

  • Spring applications are accepted between August 1 and October 31.
  • Fall applications are accepted February 1 – April 30.

KEMI announces Fall 2015 interns

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The Kentucky Equine Management Internship (KEMI) is pleased to welcome 23 interns for the Fall of 2015 session:

Meagan Alexander – Texas A&M University, Commerce

Adolfo Arenas – Iowa State University

Alice Beckman – Auburn University

Kelsey Conrad – Kansas State University

Carolyn Cooper – Pennsylvania State University

Samantha Cripps – Michigan State University

Darec Edwards – University of Illinois

Marian Foster – Colorado State University

Rebecca Gilchrist – University of California, Davis

Heather Holderby – Michigan State University

Rachel Jensen – College of Southern Idaho

Kendall Jones – University of Florida

Kendall Marchi – Otterbein University

Dana Pitts – University of California, Davis

Jessica McGehee – University of Southern Mississippi

Molly Peters – Purdue University

Bianca Rodriguez – Citrus College

Alyssa Toupin – University of Findlay

Cassandra VanSickle – Purdue University

Amy Zembroski – University of Connecticut

Welcome interns!

Spring 2015 KEMI Graduates

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Congratulations to our Spring of 2015 Kentucky Equine Management Internship (KEMI) graduates!

Amanda Anderson – University of Wisconsin, Platteville – Millennium Farm

Heidi Black – University of Nebraska – Adena Springs Farm

Emily Cantlin – Delaware Valley College – Indian Creek

Rachel Corkill – Kansas State University – Juddmonte Farms

Kalia Desangles – Louisiana State University – Shawnee Farm

Kelly Dicken – University of Maryland – Monticule Farm

Jennifer Eccleston – University of Delaware – Millennium Farm

Chelsea Feathers – Mississippi State University – Calumet Farm

Rachel Field – University of Missouri, Columbia – Lane’s End / Oak Tree Division

Payge Fleming – University of California, Davis – Shawhan Place

Alexandria Francis – Louisiana State University – Shadwell Farm

Rebecca Gilchrist – University of California, Davis – Shadwell Farm

Eileen Gove – Oklahoma State University – Shawnee Farm

Jodan Grau – Tarleton State University – Lane’s End / Oak Tree Division

Sarah Hinkle – Centenary College – Indian Creek Farm

Alisha Hite – Morrisville State College – Dixiana Farm

Rachel Jenson – College of Southern Idaho – Juddmonte Farms

Darryl Kerby – University of Idaho – Trackside Farm

Brooke Lillengreen – Washington State University – Pin Oak Stud

Cara Linse – Ohio State University – Three Chimneys Farm

Kendall Marchi – Otterbein University – Denali Stud

Ashley McCallion – Southern Illinois University, Carbondale – Shawhan Place

Eric Nguyen – Richmond Tafe (Australia) – Ashford Stud

Madison Nichols – Middle Tennessee State University – Denali Stud

Brittany Osborn – Murdoch University (Australia) – Silver Springs Stud

Itzel Rios – Texas A&M University – Adena Springs

Erica Rugg – Michigan State University – Three Chimneys Farm

Jasmine Sambroak – Ohio State ATI – WinStar Farm

Erica Scally – Post University – Monticule Farm

Emily Smith – Texas A&M University – Pin Oak Stud

Caroline Tatum – Berry College – WinStar Farm

Sarah Torzewski – Tarleton State University – Silver Springs Stud

Emily Walker – Virginia Western Community College – Calumet Farm

Gaberielle White – University of Queensland (Australia) – Castleton Lyons Farm

 

Best of luck to our Spring of 2015 graduates!

KEMI announces Spring 2015 interns

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The Kentucky Equine Management Internship (KEMI) is pleased to welcome 34 interns for the Spring of 2015 session:

Amanda Anderson – University of Wisconsin, Platteville

Heidi Black – University of Nebraska

Emily Cantlin – Delaware Valley College

Rachel Corkill – Kansas State University

Kalia Desangles – Louisiana State University

Kelly Dicken – University of Maryland

Jennifer Eccleston – University of Delaware

Chelsea Feathers – Mississippi State University

Rachel Field – University of Missouri, Columbia

Payge Fleming – University of California, Davis

Alexandria Francis – Louisiana State University

Rebecca Gilchrist – University of California, Davis

Eileen Gove – Oklahoma State University

Jodan Grau – Tarleton State University

Sarah Hinkle – Centenary College

Alisha Hite – Morrisville State College

Rachel Jenson – College of Southern Idaho

Darryl Kerby – University of Idaho

Brooke Lillengreen – Washington State University

Cara Linse – Ohio State University

Kendall Marchi – Otterbein University

Ashley McCallion – Southern Illinois University, Carbondale

Eric Nguyen – Richmond Tafe (Australia)

Madison Nichols – Middle Tennessee State University

Brittany Osborn – Murdoch University (Australia)

Itzel Rios – Texas A&M University

Erica Rugg – Michigan State University

Jasmine Sambroak – Ohio State ATI

Erica Scally – Post University

Emily Smith – Texas A&M University

Caroline Tatum – Berry College

Sarah Torzewski – Tarleton State University

Emily Walker – Virginia Western Community College

Gaberielle White – University of Queensland (Australia)

 

Welcome interns!

Fall 2014 KEMI Graduates

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Congratulations to our Fall of 2014 Kentucky Equine Management Internship (KEMI) graduates!

Brea Alexander – Iowa State University – Trackside Farm

Mallory Burcz – Michigan State University – Ashford Stud

Amaris Chan – Cal Poly Pomona – Shawhan Place Farm

Rachel Corkill – Kansas State University – Monticule Farm

Matthew Croucher – Bluegrass Community & Technical College – Ashford Stud

Julie Cunningham – Mississippi State University – Pin Oak Stud

Rachael Field – University of Missouri, Columbia – Indian Creek Farm

Jorge Garibay – Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo – Silver Springs Stud

Samantha Huff-Stronks – Colorado State University – Denali Stud

Emily King – University of Maine – Crestwood Farm

Emily Lago – University of Kentucky – Lane’s End Farm

Trisha Mauer – University of Findlay – Dell Ridge Farm

Caitlyn McCormick – University of Tennessee, Knoxville – Juddmonte Farms

Erin McLaughlin – Centenary College – Margaux Farm

Chelsey Morrison – University of Montana, Western – Denali Stud

Samantha Parlapiano – Lake Erie College – Lane’s End/Oak Tree Division

Kelsie Penny – Mississippi State University – Dixiana Farm

Elizabeth Roetter – Indiana University – Pin Oak Stud

Rachel Shoemaker – Michigan State University – Monticule Farm

Emma Stout – Kansas State University – Silver Springs Stud

Jessie Tipton – University of Tennessee, Knoxville – Dell Ridge Farm

Eva Van Heeke – University of Brighton, England – Juddmonte Farms

Taylor Van Luven – Michigan State University – Calumet Farm

Matt Ziehl – University of Wisconsin, River Falls – Stone Farm

Best of luck to our Fall of 2014 graduates!

Thank you, Thoroughbred Charities of America!

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KEMI would like to thank Thoroughbred Charities of America (TCA) and all the farms that donated stallion seasons for all your continued support of the KEMI program.  To find out more about how TCA supports the thoroughbred industry, go to www.tca.org.

KEMI announces Fall 2014 interns

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The Kentucky Equine Management Internship (KEMI) is pleased to welcome 25 interns for the Fall of 2014 session:

Brea Alexander – Iowa State University

Mallory Burcz – Michigan State University

Amaris Chan – Cal Poly Pomona

Rachel Corkill – Kansas State University

Matthew Croucher – Bluegrass Community & Technical College

Julie Cunningham – Mississippi State University

Rachael Field – University of Missouri, Columbia

Jorge Garibay – Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo

Samantha Huff-Stronks – Colorado State University

Emily King – University of Maine

Emily Lago – University of Kentucky

Trisha Mauer – University of Findlay

Caitlyn McCormick – University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Erin McLaughlin – Centenary College

Chelsey Morrison – University of Montana, Western

Samantha Parlapiano – Lake Erie College

Kelsie Penny – Mississippi State University

Elizabeth Roetter – Indiana University

Rachel Shoemaker – Michigan State University

Jessica Smith – North Carolina State University

Emma Stout – Kansas State University

Jessie Tipton – University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Eva Van Heeke – University of Brighton, England

Taylor Van Luven – Michigan State University

Matt Ziehl – University of Wisconsin, River Falls

Welcome interns!