The W.K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Center, a historic site and breeding program on campus, is a returning sponsor of the Equine History Conference. Don’t miss Friday’s “Unconference” 8:30-9:00a.m. for a chance to learn more about the Kellogg Arabians, the Pomona Quartermaster’s Depot, equine movie stars, and the many other roles the program and its horses have held over the past century.
In the “Unconference” session, join us over breakfast to informally discuss your latest projects, get feedback from your peers, and meet legendary author Mary Jane Parkinson. Mary Jane Parkinson, longtime co-editor of Arabian Horse World and author of The Romance of the Kellogg Ranch: A Celebration of the Kellogg/Cal Poly Pomona Arabian Horse, 1925-2000 among numerous other publications, will be on-hand to sign copies of her books and to talk with conference attendees about her experiences in the horse industry. Copies of The Romance of the Kellogg Ranch will be available for purchase and proceeds will go to support the W.K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Center.