Keeneland Gifts $1.3 Million to UK for Equine Drug Research, Testing Program

This gift will help the University of Kentucky launch a world-class equine drug research and testing program under the direction of Scott Stanley, PhD.
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The Keeneland Association has helped establish and support equine research at UK for more than 30 years. Through its endowed professorship, the Keeneland Association has supported and advanced equine research, most recently in infectious disease. | Photo: Courtey Keeneland

The Keeneland Association is continuing its long-standing philanthropic relationship with the University of Kentucky (UK) with a gift of $1.3 million to the Keeneland Endowed Chair in Equine Veterinary Science.

This gift will grow the fund to $3 million and will allow the UK College of Agriculture, Food and Environment’s Gluck Equine Research Center to launch a world-class equine drug research and testing program under the direction of Scott Stanley, PhD.

Stanley, an internationally recognized equine researcher, came to UK in late 2018 from California where he served as director of the K.L. Maddy Equine Analytical Chemistry Laboratory at University of California, Davis

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