KAEP Partnerships

MISSION STATEMENT

“The mission of the KAEP is to ensure the professional development of its members by promoting fellowship, providing educational opportunities, and informing members of political, social, and emerging disease issues that affect the veterinary community and enable them to provide quality care for the horse.”

Upcoming Events

  • Tue
    28
    Jan
    2014
    6:00 pmThe Red Mile Clubhouse 1200 Red Mile Road, Lexington, KY 40504

    The KAEP invites you to dinner sponsored

    by Merck Animal Health, Henry Schein Animal Health and Boehringer Ingelheim to discuss

    The Future of Racetrack Medications?

    with panelists, Dr. Dionne Benson, COO of Racing Medications and Testing Consortium; Dr. Richard Sams, HFL Sports Science Laboratory Director; Dr. Mary Scollay-Ward, Equine Medical Director of the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission; and Mike Tanner, Executive Vice President of the U.S. Trotting Association

    Tuesday, January 28, 2014
    Cash bar 6pm, Dinner 7pm

    The Red Mile Clubhouse
    1200 Red Mile Road, Lexington, KY 40504

    Cost: $10.00 for current KAEP members,
    spouses/guests $30.00
    Payments made by cash, check and
    credit cards accepted

     Please RSVP via email by Friday, January 24, 2014 to attend Mandy Roberts, [email protected]
    or Dr. Roger Magnusson, KAEP President
    (502) 649-9056
    1.5 CE hour available

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    Annual dues payments accepted online via Paypal at
    www.kaep.info

  • Fri
    27
    Jun
    2014
    7:05 pmWhitaker Bank Ballpark

        Baseball with the Lexington Legends
    Sponsored by Animal Health International

    To View Full Details and Signup Please click the link below

    EVENT DETAILS & REGISTER

  • Tue
    27
    Jan
    2015
    6:00 pmGriffin Gate Marriott Resort & Spa

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    The KAEP invites you to dinner,
    sponsored by Boehringer Ingelheim, Zoetis and Merial, John W. Poe, DVM, MPH will discuss
    Ebola Virus: An Emerged Public Health Threat 

    The 2014-2015 Liberian centered epidemic of Ebola virus is the largest ever recorded. This zoonotic (historically foreign animal African disease) disease is an extraordinary example of constant emergence of new and novel diseases generated by human activities. The convergence of human behavior with varied animal species is a constant generator of new public health threats. The understanding of new disease transmission mechanisms is critical to public health interventions.

    Dr. John W. Poe received his DVM from Auburn University in 1981 and Master in Public Health (Epidemiology) from University of Kentucky in 2002. He currently works as the Kentucky State Public Health Veterinarian and also continues to operate a veterinary clinic. He has previously served as Veterinary Medical Officer and Medical Epidemiologist for the Kentucky Department of Public Health. Current duties include consultation to health professionals and the public relating to communicable diseases, animal bites and zoonoses; expertise in control of zoonotic, tick-borne, arboviruses and other communicable diseases; and involvement in drafting and reviewing legislation pertinent to public health. He is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association Ebola Companion Animal Response Plan Working Group.

     REGISTER HERE

    Tuesday, January 27, 2015
    Cash bar 6pm, Dinner 7pm
    Griffin Gate Marriott Resort & Spa
    1800 Newtown Pike, Lexington, KY 40511

    Cost: $10.00 for current KAEP members,
    spouses/guests $30.00
    Payments made by cash, check and
    credit cards accepted

    Please RSVP via email by Friday, January 23, 2015 to attend Mandy Roberts,
    [email protected]
    or Dr. Bonnie Barr, KAEP President at (859) 233-0371
    1 CE hour available

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    Annual dues payments accepted online via Paypal at www.kaep.info

  • Tue
    26
    Jan
    2016
    6:00 pmThe Red Mile

    KAEP 2016 Annual Dinner Meeting. The Red Mile. 6:00pm. 1.5 CE Hour.

  • Sat
    09
    Mar
    2019
    Sun
    10
    Mar
    2019
  • Mon
    23
    Jan
    2023
    6:00 pmKeeneland’s Clubhouse
    $25.00 – $30.00
    Join KTFMC & KAEP in welcoming
    Mike Casey, Equine Attorney

    Marc Guilfoil, HISA Representative
    Luke Fallon, DVM
    Rhonda Rathgeber, DVM
    for a discussion on
    “Navigating equine veterinary practice changes, litigation and liability, HISA Q & A, and the Equine Veterinarian Shortage and how it affects your Farm Management”

    Monday, January 23, 2023 at Keeneland’s Clubhouse
    Door opens at 6:00 P.M.
    Dinner and presentation will begin at 7:00 P.M.

    Please note the date of the meeting and RSVP deadline. 

    *RSVP DEADLINE IS MONDAY, JANUARY 16TH AT 9:00 AM.*

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    • RSVPs must be in by 9:00 a.m. Monday, January 16, 2023.
    • This is a hard deadline. No RSVPs will be taken after the deadline.
    • Everyone must register and pay online.
    • We no longer reserve extra seating for walk-ins.
    • Failure to cancel before the deadline will result in  a non-refundable payment.
    • Please list the names of all attendees when making reservations

    FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO REGISTER CLICK HERE

he Kentucky Association of Equine Practitioners presents…

WHATKAEP Summer Meet & Mingle 

WHEN: Friday, July 12, from 6 to 8 PM

WHERE: Pivot Brewing in Lexington

WHO: Open to ALL equine veterinarians

HOWEncourage ALL to attend, new and seasoned veterinarians from various disciplines and clinics! A diverse representation is expected to attend. On the heels of the AAEP conference, this event embodies a space and opportunity for mentorship and collaboration as urged by conference headliners. 

Fiesta Dogs Food Truck is available; desserts and two complimentary drinks for Kentucky newcomers.

NO RSVP required. Questions? Email [email protected]