THE UNBRIDLED SPIRIT OF KENTUCKY
Where Kentucky champion horses are trained
Maybe nothing defines the culture of Kentucky better than the state's obsession with horses. One visit to Kentucky's Horse Country, and the thoroughbred affection is apparent in everything from the fields of grazing horses and racetracks to Kentucky horse farms & tours.
Miles of black and white equestrian fencing dances along the sprawling bluegrass countryside leading to the legendary horse racing cathedrals such as Keeneland and Churchill Downs racetrack, as well as dozens of Kentucky horse farms. The famous Kentucky Horse Park features spectacular training facilities, and the International Museum of the Horse and even a chance to get up close and personal with past Kentucky Derby winners at the Hall of Champions.
Come and experience what Kentucky's horse culture is all about, whether you attend a thundering race at Churchill Downs racetrack or your own horseback riding lesson.
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Relax in a Kentucky Landmark Georgian Colonial Revival mix home on an operating horse farm. This stately pre- Civil War historic, Beriah Jones - Hogan Ballard, Home has surviv...
Live harness racing June - July, Thurs., Fri. and Sat. Post times Thurs. and Fri. 6 p.m. and Sat. 1:30 p.m. Simulcast Parlor open Wed. - Sun.
Enjoy horseback riding on more than 1000 acres of lush bluegrass farmlands. (12 yr. age minimum, 220 1b. weight limit). Call for prices and appointments.
Tours of the farm in Bourbon County near Paris are by appointment only and advance registration must be made by calling 859-987-2330. Hours of Operation: Walking Tours availa...
Daily tour includes historic downtown Lexington, drive by Thoroughbred Park, a walking tour of legendary Keeneland Race Course, and visits on two or three horse farms. Our tou...
For over 75 years, Keeneland has been to the Thoroughbred industry what Augusta is to golf or Hollywood is to the movies. It is where traditions are treasured, innovations are...
There's Only One....Kentucky Horse Park.
Set on more than 1,200 acres in the heart of Kentucky’s famous Bluegrass Region, the Kentucky Horse Park is THE place to ge...
MLEC hosts a variety of equestrian events, including riding clinics with trainers in different disciplines, USEF approved horse shows and family events for children.
Horse Racing's Living History Museum. A non profit thoroughbred retirement farm. Come meet our horses! Tours daily by appointment at 10 a.m., 1 and 3 p.m.
Specializing in restoring health and spirit in aged mares. OMRH houses many former thoroughbred broodmares who welcome fans to come visit.
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