LEXINGTON (May 30, 2017) — Central Kentucky Riding for Hope, which offers a variety of equine-assisted activities and therapies at its base at the Kentucky Horse Park, has named two new members to its board of directors.
Adam Bowden is part-owner of Diamond Creek Farm, one of the top Standardbred farms in the sport. With locations in Kentucky and Pennsylvania, the farm has a broodmare band of 70 mares and stands six of the top young stallions in the game. He recently ventured into the Thoroughbred market with acquisition of six top quality mares and a share in retired Horse of the Year California Chrome.
Vicky Myers is the chief development officer of UK HealthCare at the University of Kentucky. She served as a senior member of the leadership team on the construction of the University of Kentucky Albert B. Chandler Hospital’s 1.2 million-s.f. inpatient pavilion, raising more than $30 million and introducing a new level and culture of philanthropy within the institution. Her career in fundraising and management spans more than 30 years producing more than $650 million in philanthropic revenue.