Have you ever wanted to climb on a horse and take off in the gently rolling hills of Kentucky's horse country? This fall is the perfect opportunity to go horseback riding in Kentucky! Kentucky's horse country is a place like no other, defined by its signature white fencing lining the rolling bluegrass countryside. Beyond individual farms, you'll find historic horse racing venues like Keeneland in Lexington, Churchill Downs racetrack in Louisville, and the Kentucky Horse Park, which features spectacular training facilities that have raised Triple Crown stars, the International Museum of the Horse and your chance to get up close and personal with past Kentucky Derby winners at the Hall of Champions. Horseback riding in Kentucky is a way of life, and we're ready to help you live this piece of your dream. Our listing of Kentucky Bed and Breakfast's includes some of the finest choices for lodging in Kentucky's Horse Country. Use our convenient search tool, find what will work best for your needs, then book a vacation for yourself and/or your favorite horse lover.
Horseback Riding in Kentucky
Horse farms are ubiquitous in the central region of Kentucky; it's called horse country for a reason. The most obvious place to start your adventure in horse country is the Kentucky Horse Park. Here, you'll get an up-close and personal glimpse into some of Kentucky's most legendary racers. Next, we recommend taking a tour of some of the legendary horse farms in the area. Thoroughbred Heritage Horse Farm Tours, Blue Grass Tours, and Mint Julep tours offer exceptional tours of horse farms, each providing a unique experience and plenty of background knowledge along the way. It's the perfect way to get acquainted with horse country.
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When you're ready to get up close and personal with Kentucky's most popular residents, and maybe even climb into the saddle yourself, there are an abundance of horse farms, equestrian centers, and riding stables to choose from. They include the following: