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Statewide Horse Count
A new survey aims to provide an estimate of how many horses live in the self-proclaimed "Horse Capitol of the World." Professor Jill Stowe, who is leading the portion of the project delegated to the University of Kentucky, is careful to distinguish it from a census.
That survey will collect information about the number of horses, breeds, and uses But Stowe says that's not all the entire project will examine.