Kentucky Horse Farm Tours and Stables
Winston Churchill once said: “There is something about the outside of a horse that is good for the inside of a man.”
In Kentucky, we couldn’t agree more.
In Horse Country (around the Lexington area) working Kentucky horse farm tours are the best ways to discover the imposing beauty of earth’s most beloved creatures.
On a Kentucky horse farm tour, you’ll enjoy an up close and personal experience with some of Kentucky’s finest thoroughbreds.
Activities include horse riding lessons on American Saddlebred horses in the “Saddlebred Capital of the World,” Shelby County, Kentucky. Visiting the stables of Kentucky Derby champions. And viewing beautiful equestrian architecture and the famous bluegrass landscapes.
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Stable is open from Memorial Day through Labor Day. Enjoy the trails near Kentucky Lake.
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...
Discount Rates Available
This premier facility, including 23,000 square feet of modern classrooms, shops and instructional areas along with beautiful energy efficient modular dormitory, Kentucky Horse...
East Bernstadt, KY
If you'd prefer to tour our area in the privacy of your own vehicle, rather than joining a busload or vanload of your fellow travelers on a pre-formed tour, Lexington Private ...
offer a safe and pleasant atmosphere for your horse so they can enjoy
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MLEC hosts a variety of equestrian events, including riding clinics with trainers in different disciplines, USEF approved horse shows and family events for children.
As a truly one-of-a-kind tour and destination management company, Mint
Julep Tours offers a wide variety of tour and transportation services.
Whether it’s a corp...
The beautiful horse cemetery at NORMANDY FARM is actually a burial place for horses owned by the property's former owner, Joseph E. Widener. In Widener's time, the farm was pa...
Bring your family to visit retired race horses up close. Feed them carrots, take some photos and visit the gift shop. Tours are $5.00 per person, Children 12 and u...
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