Guided Kentucky Horse Tours
The true "blue bloods" of the Bluegrass have four legs, not two, and Kentucky is known around the world for its horses and one of the top Kentucky horse parks.
The Kentucky Horse Park near Lexington is THE place to get close to horses. Featuring as many as 53 different breeds of horses at work and play, the park showcases the horse in daily equine presentations, two outstanding museums, a movie presentation, and an exciting array of horse shows and special events throughout the year.
Although thoroughbred Kentucky horse parks and horse farms are predominate in the state, saddlebreds are very much a part of Kentucky's equine heritage. The American saddlebred is the only breed of horse that Kentucky claims to have originated in the commonwealth. Today, the Kentucky saddlebred is the star of the show ring.
Search below to find the best Kentucky horse tours and start planning your trip today!
Reservations are needed for tours. Make reservations as far in advance as possible since tours sell out, especially during peak visitor times.
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There's Only One...American Saddlebred Capital of the World.
Shelbyville/Shelby County is the "American Saddlebred Capital of the World." Visit one of our historic Sadd...
Mammoth Cave, KY
Guided trail rides through Mammoth Cave National Park. Primitive camping for horseman. Licensed outfitter. Wildlife viewing.
At the Hidden Cave Ranch Bed and Breakfast we have five beautiful decorated Guest rooms to choose from, all with air conditioning and ceelingfan. All our beds, tables an...
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 t...
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 ...
Long C Trails has over 2000 acres with scenic horse trails in beautiful wooded hills and valleys with numerous streams. We also have some of the nicest people you will ever me...
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.
Observe trainers as they teach their horses the skills they will need to become winners.Tours:April 1st - October 31st: Monday - Saturday at 9:00amNovember 1st - March 31st: M...
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