Horse Country Attractions
Kentucky Horse Park – Lexington/Georgetown – www.kyhorsepark.com | 800.678.8813
All the magic of the heart of Horse Country captured in a 1,244-acre park dedicated to horses. Features fifty breeds of horses, museums, theaters, horse shows, working farm tours, trail rides, and special events.
Keeneland Race Course – Lexington – keeneland.com | 800.456.3412
One of America’s most beautiful race tracks features Thoroughbred racing every October. Tours are available year-round.
The Red Mile Harness Track – Lexington – theredmile.com | 859.255.0752
Lexington’s oldest existing racetrack dates to 1875. The fall Grand Circuit meet draws the finest harness horses in America.
The Thoroughbred Center – Lexington – thethoroughbredcenter.com | 859.293.1853
This training center is home to more than 900 horses. Watch morning workouts and take a behind–the–scenes tour of a working training facility.
American Saddlebred Museum & Gift Shop – Lexington – asbmuseum.org | 800.829.4438
Journey through equine history, see an award-winning theater show, exhibits - permanent, changing and interactive - and a unique gift shop.
Horse Farm Tours – Regional
Most area farms accept visitors, but the farms are places of business, so certain etiquette applies. Contact any city in the region for additional information.
Old Friends – Georgetown – oldfriendsequine.org | 502.863.1775
Visit Horse Racing's Living History Museum. A 92 acre retirement farm for 55 former race horses, such as Sarava, 2002 Belmont winner; 1988 Eclipse winner Sunshine Forever; 1988 Eclipse Champion Sprinter Gulch; one of the greatest sons of Damascus, Ogygian; & "Seabiscuit" movie star Popcorn Deelites. Tours daily by appointment.
Asbury University Equine Center – Nicholasville – www.asbury.edu | 859.858.3511
Six miles of riding trails overlooking Kentucky River Palisades. Led by students of Equine Studies and Horsemanship Ministry Class. Various programs provided.