2009 Conference Information

38th Annual Conference
August 2-5, 2009
Hyatt Regency Lexington
Lexington, KY



Calumet Farm, one of Lexington's most prestigious horse farms, bred a record nine Kentucky Derby winners and owned a record eight.

Photo provided by: James Archambeault, Courtesy of the Lexington Convention and Visitors Bureau


The Hyatt Regency Lexington, Radisson Plaza Lexington and Lexington Center make up the city's downtown meeting facilities, with over 30,000 square feet of meeting space and 600 committable guestrooms.

Photo provided by: Jeff Rogers, Courtesy of the Lexington Convention and Visitors Bureau


Lexington 's distinctive downtown skyline is nestled amongst quaint, historic neighborhoods dating back to the 1800's.

Photo provided by: Jeff Rogers, Courtesy of the Lexington Convention and Visitors


A foal and its mother at one of Lexington's legendary Thoroughbred horse farms.

Photo provided by: James Archambeault, Courtesy of the Lexington Convention and Visitors Bureau

Thoroughbred foals are typically born between January and June and all turn one year on January 1 of the following year.

Photo provided by: Julie Hill , Courtesy of the Lexington Convention and Visitors Bureau


Farm fresh fruits, vegetables and flowers line the sidewalks of Vine Street in downtown Lexington at the popular Farmers Market.

Photo provided by: Jeff Rogers, Courtesy of the Lexington Convention and Visitors Bureau
 

Autumn sunlight sparkling on morning dew turns the Bluegrass gold.

Photo provided by: Jeff Rogers, Courtesy of the Lexington Convention and Visitors Bureau


Thoroughbred Park in downtown Lexington contains seven life-size bronze racehorses streaking toward the finish line, while broodmares and foals graze in a nearby field.

Photo provided by: Jeff Rogers, Courtesy of the Lexington Convention and Visitors Bureau
 

The gardens of Ashland, The Henry Clay Estate, were designed to reflect the style of a formal garden of Clay's era and feature a wide variety of trees, shrubs, perennials, herbs, roses and annuals.

Photo provided by: Jeff Rogers, Courtesy of the Lexington Convention and Visitors Bureau

 
 
 
 
 
     
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