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December 2009

Fall 2009 KEMI Graduates

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Congratulations to our Fall of 2009 Kentucky Equine Management Internship (KEMI) graduates!

Shaun Basch – Baker College – Lane’s End Farm

Megan Benson – Cal Poly San Luis Obispo – Pin Oak Stud

Shennon Boyer – Ohio State ATI – Dell Ridge Farm

Brian Conlon – University of Kentucky – Three Chimneys Farm

Katie Curtis – Oregon State University – Juddmonte Farms

Laura Dorsch – Berry College – Trackside Farm

Becky Farha – Kansas State University – Trackside Farm

Emily Grosso – Otterbein College – Ashford Stud

Nanci House – Tarleton State University – Pin Oak Stud

Amy Hunter – Northeastern Junior College – Crestwood Farm

Ciaran Keaveney – Ireland – Ashford Stud

Abby Lambert – Michigan State University – Margaux Farm

Julie Larson – University of Wisconsin, River Falls – Dixianna Farm

Kelsey Lupo – University of Massachusetts, Amherst – Miacomet Farm

Marlena Markiewicz – Michigan State University – Dell Ridge Farm

Nancy Miller – Tennessee Tech University – Shawnee Farm

Katie Peters – Michigan State University – Shawnee Farm

Brianne Sharp – University of Arkansas – Lane’s End Farm

Michaela Shulz – Germany – Margaux Farm

Brittany Skoien – University of Minnesota, Crookston – Royal Oak Farm

Chassidy Thompson – Tuskegee University – Mill Ridge Farm

Kemal Yilmaz – Turkey – Lane’s End Farm/Oak Tree Division

Best of luck to our Fall of 2009 graduates!

 

Congratulations, Fall 2009 KTFMC award winner, Brianne Sharp!

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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.  Brianne Sharp was recently announced as the KTFMC scholarship winner for the Fall of 2009.  Congratulations, Brianne!

Congratulations, Fall 2009 Michelle Fuerniss Scholarship Winner, Katie Curtis!

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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.  Katie Curtis was selected to receive the award as recognition of her work ethic, community involvement, and her dedication to the care of horses.  Congratulations, Katie!