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Visit the Kentucky Horse Park This Winter

November 28, 2017 by B&B Association of Kentucky

Visit the Kentucky Horse ParkEveryone knows, or at least should know, that horses are at the very center of life in Kentucky.  Our modern world may have less demand for horses, but that doesn’t change the fact that there will always be a special connection to horses in the hearts and minds of Kentuckians.  Horses are, after all, a defining feature of the state’s culture, and are but one aspect of the incredible adventures that await you here in Kentucky.  One visit to a Kentucky horse farm or, and you’ll feel that connection we have to horses that runs deep and true. There’s one destination above all others for horse lovers in Kentucky, and that is the Kentucky Horse Park.  There are a number of Kentucky Bed and Breakfasts nearby, too, which offer you the perfect choice for lodging while you’re here.  Find an Inn, then come experience Kentucky’s horse culture up close and personal this winter.

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This Spring, Tour a Kentucky Horse Farm

March 27, 2017 by B&B Association of Kentucky

Kentucky Horse FarmEveryone knows, or at least should know, that horses are at the very center of life in Kentucky.  Sure, modern times have moved society along and advanced with technology.  But there will always be a special connection to horses in the hearts and minds of Kentuckians.  Horses are, after all, a defining feature of the state’s culture; they are the muse behind the unbridled, adventurous undercurrent that runs through Kentucky.  One visit to a Kentucky horse farm, and you’ll understand that the love for these majestic animals runs deep and true. Come visit us at any one of our Kentucky Bed and Breakfasts this spring, and experience Kentucky’s horse country for yourself.  

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Get Adventurous in Kentucky This Winter

December 16, 2016 by B&B Association of Kentucky

Get adventurous in Kentucky this WinterThough there are plenty of ways to stay warm and dry in Kentucky, there’s really no reason you have to avoid the outdoors. The colder winter weather isn’t a deterrent for most when it comes to getting outside in Kentucky. It just so happens that tapping into your adventurous spirit is an easy task in the beautiful state of Kentucky, no matter the time of year.  When you’re ready to call it quits for the day, one of our magnificent member Bed and Breakfasts will be waiting to provide you a warm and cozy respite from the cold. Find an Inn, and book your stay with them today!

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Horses Are the Heart of Kentucky

March 28, 2016 by B&B Association of Kentucky

Horses KentuckyIt is impossible to talk for any length about the many wonderful activities to do and attractions to see in Kentucky without talking about horses.  In Kentucky, they are a defining feature of the state’s culture; they are the reason for the unbridled spirit that is apparent in every facet of Kentucky’s personality.  To put it simply, horses are the heart of Kentucky.  One visit to Kentucky’s horse country, and you’ll understand that the love for these majestic animals runs deep and true. Book your room at any one of our incredible Kentucky Bed and Breakfasts today, and discover where Kentucky’s unbridled sense of adventure began.

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Visit the Kentucky Horse Park’s Southern Lights!

December 11, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

Kentucky Horse Park's Southern Lights Holiday FestivalKentucky Horse Park’s Southern Lights holiday driving tour is over four miles of Christmas light displays and a Holiday Festival park that together, after 22 years, has become a southern Christmas tradition.

We all have a neighborhood or two we like to drive through during the holidays to see their stunning light displays. Well, what if, instead of a few houses, you could drive for literal miles viewing scene after scene of delightful, sparkling Christmas displays, followed by a holiday theme park with a range of activities, gifts, and attractions?

Sound good? That’s Kentucky Horse Park’s Southern Lights and Holiday Festival!

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Saddle Up for Lexington’s Kentucky Horse Park

February 28, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

The Kentucky Horse ParkLast time around we discovered Shelbyville, the American Saddlebred Capital of the World and I thought we could meander down the road a bit to Lexington’s Kentucky Horse Park, which includes the International Museum of the Horse and The American Saddlebred Museum and Gift Shop.

Lexington’s Kentucky Horse Park is just another reflection of how important American Saddlebred horses are to this area of the US and, conversely, how important Kentucky has been – and continues to be! – for American Saddlebred horses.

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