For those that don't have their own horse, but still want to participate in one of Kentucky's richest traditions, there are plenty of stables throughout Kentucky to get you on the trail. They can cater trail rides to your needs and experience level. Riding classes and instructional events are happening all the time. So, if you're looking to saddle up and hit the trail, check out one of the many horse stables in Kentucky.
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Cave City, KY
Jesse James Stables, Outlaw Cave, zipline, campground & cabins, amusement attractions
Access to Land Between the Lakes trail systems, Kentucky Lake, full service marina, 219 campsites, close proximity to LBL
50,250 acre lake, all black bass species, white bass, blulegill, crappie, rock bass, and walleye, 129 developed campsites, hiking and guided horse trails, 2 lodges, cottages, ...
Olive Hill, KY
Equestrian campground, 40 miles of trails, near Carter Caves SRP and Tygarts State Forest
575 acre farm, challenge course, equestrian trails and facilities, mountain bike trails, Bunkhouse with accomodations for 40 people, Adventure Education Programs can be set up...
Russell Springs, KY
Pay lakes stocked with catfish, rustic and modern cabin rentals, guided horse and wagon rides around pay lakes
Horse stables with boarding and riding lessons
2000 acres of horseback riding in Kentucky & Tennessee, camping, fishing, 2 mile nature trail,
Equestrian training center, indoor and outdoor facilities, boarding
2 pay lakes; .75 acres & 2 acres, horse riding lessons available by reservation, angler may keep farm raised catfish out of smaller paylake, limit 6
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