There are few things more exciting for the state of Kentucky than the Breeders' Cup World Championships

There are few things more exciting for the state of Kentucky than the Breeders' Cup World Championships, and this year, there's another reason for excitement: Ann Hanley, wife of WinStar Farm General Manager David Hanley, was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease at age 49, and in addition to receiving treatment from Dr. Craig van Horne at our Brain Restoration Center, she has also teamed up with our team to advance their groundbreaking research to treat this incurable disease right here at UK HealthCare.

Through her close connections to the horse industry, Ann has been able to raise a great deal of money to help further advanced research and leading-edge treatment right here at KNI, where we're a national leader in the fight against Parkinson’s Disease.

Click the link to read more about our Brain Restoration Team, pictured here with Triple Crown winner (And WinStar Farm horse) Justify, and stay tuned to tonight’s coverage of the Breeder’s Cup for a special segment featuring Ann’s story: https://ukhealthcare.uky.edu/kentucky-neuroscience-institute/advanced-me...