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The Blood-Horse Inc


Louisville Police Officer


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news.bloodhorse.com

Jay Wilkinson
When Thoroughbred horse trainer and former Louisville police officer Jay Wilkinson retired from the service, he did not picture himself volunteering for a job that would teach kids a whole new career. But upon retiring, Wilkinson became involved with Boys Haven in Louisville. He used his experience as a trainer to create a unique after school program that helps foster kids learn about horses. "I thought we could get them involved in the industry because it seemed like a really good fit," said Wilkinson. As students progress through the program, Wilkinson watches them change in many ways. They develop the skills they need to handle horses, and they get to watch their hard work pay off when the horses run. Students who work especially hard get to travel with the horses to out-of-state races, and when the horses win, they get a percentage of the earnings. "It gives the kids an opportunity to see new places," said Wilkinson. "We catch them all the time talking to the horses," said Wilkinson. said Wilkinson. Wilkinson hopes to see the program grow in the next few years. With more donations and owners to contribute horses, the program could expand to neighboring cities, such as Lexington. But right now, Wilkinson takes in the program's success one race at a time. "Before, when I was watching one of my horses run, I would always concentrate on the horse," said Wilkinson.


news.bloodhorse.com

When Thoroughbred horse trainer and former Louisville police officer Jay Wilkinson retired from the service, he did not picture himself volunteering for a job that would teach kids a whole new career.
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www.bloodhorse.com

When Thoroughbred horse trainer and former Louisville police officer Jay Wilkinson retired from the service, he did not picture himself volunteering for a job that would teach kids a whole new career.
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horsecity.bloodhorse.com

When Thoroughbred horse trainer and former Louisville police officer Jay Wilkinson retired from the service, he did not picture himself volunteering for a job that would teach kids a whole new career.
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Headed to California, Kansas, Minnesota, Indiana, and then Iraq this summer.No time for the contemplative life right now. :-)I love you Travis, Jon, Nate, Kaylynne, Mom, Jay, Lily, Grace, Nanny, Papaw, and Tommy-Mac!
Recent examples include veterinarian Rodney Stewart and trainer Patrick Biancone â€" both of whom were immediately suspended from their respective positions upon being found guilty. My stepfather Jay Wilkinson is a horse trainer in Kentucky, and founder of the new Equine Program at Father Maloney's Boys' Haven.


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