HalloWhinny Is the Best Way to Enjoy Halloween in Kentucky This October
It’s not Halloween in Kentucky without seeing horses dressed in costume and there is no better place to see that than HalloWhinny at the Kentucky Horse Park. With employees and past equine guests returning to participate, the park will provide two presentations of HalloWhinny at the Breeds Barn, on Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 29-30, at 2 p.m. each day.
During this popular, annual Halloween show, horses and their riders are likely to show up as just about any kind of human/horse costume. Guests will experience fun at HalloWhinny and see some creative costumes, with performances set to music, possibly even Superman, a creepy ghost, a hippy chick, the Wicked Witch, Harry Potter, Beauty and the Beast or any number of spooky or fun characters.
Joining the staff, volunteers and horses from the Breeds Barn, the Hall of Champions and the Big Barn will be Patrick the Miniature Horse, retired race horses from Ohio Standardbreds and Friends, and American Miniature horses from Stampede of Love (scheduled to appear but subject to change).
For more information about HalloWhinny at the Breeds Barn or the other Halloween happenings at the park this October, contact the Kentucky Horse Park at 859-233-4303 or 800-678-8813 or visit http://www.kyhorsepark.com/news/park-haunted-halloween-happenings.