April in the Blue Grass is always a special, fun time of year for friends to get together and enjoy the festivities leading up to the Kentucky Derby. I’m looking forward to spending some time with my friend Kerry M. Thomas – founder of the Thomas Herding Technique.
Kerry sent me an email last week, noting that he will be traveling to Kentucky tomorrow for a two-week stay in Frankfort. Kerry has a full schedule meeting with clients and April 27 he will be visiting with students at Midway College.
But, Kerry always has time to meet with fans of The Thomas Herding Technique and most mornings you can find him at the Starbucks on Frankfort Road. After a busy day, Kerry likes to dine at Malone’s near Keeneland and Miguel's is his favorite restaurant in Frankfort. On Apil 23, you can find Kerry at Keeneland for a full day of racing fun and he’ll be at Johnny E’s Restaurant in Louisville for the annual pre-derby bash April 26.
Since we met last May at Churchill Downs, Kerry and the Thomas Herding Technique has gone global, generating a lot of interest in the worldwide equine community. Kerry recently received an endorsement from Richman’s Racing which will promote the Thomas Herding Technique to its clients in China.
Kerry and his Thomas Herding Technique was the subject of a feature story in the February issue of The Arabian Magazine – a worldwide publication for the Arabian horse enthusiast – and the magazine will feature articles from Kerry in future issues. Kerry also has an article about Emotional Conformation that will appear in the innaugural issue of Brian Zipse’s online magazine that is scheduled to debut on Oaks Day.
Kerry’s website is a favorite among those in the equine community. His latest essay, Behavior On The Move, highlights Kerry’s theory of Relative Motion and it is favored most by visitors to his website.