Horse Country and their members offer access to experiences that cover the lifecycle of the horse here in Kentucky. Learn more about the types of experiences available below.
What would you like to see and do on your Horse Country tour?
Learn more about each of the categories below and find the best fit for you and your group.
Family Friendly tours are great experiences for guests of all ages: young, old, and everyone in the between. These tours are often hands-on and interactive, and provide a great opportunity to learn more about horses.
Interactive tours are best for guests who want to get hands-on with a horse, whether it’s feeding a carrot or a welcoming nuzzle. These tours provide a unique opportunity to get hands on with Kentucky’s signature residents.
Stallion tours are great for guests who want to see racing’s champions, including Kentucky Derby and Breeders’ Cup winners, and more. You’ll learn about the race career, progeny and lifestyle of these famous stallions.
Shuttle tours allow for guests to hop on and drive through the beautiful Bluegrass landscape, while getting to meet some of the equine residents that call Kentucky home. Shuttle tours may feature mares, foals, young horses and stallions.
Tours of our Sport Horse, Aftercare and Adoption facilities will feature the care, feeding, training and rehabilitation of horses at different stages of life – from young sport horses to retired racehorses and more.
Get a behind the scenes look into what a day in the life of a top class equine athlete is like, including training facilities, at the track and on the farm. See what it takes for equine athletes to compete at the top of their game.
Horse Country is home to a variety of champions, and these itineraries suggest tours that visit a place where a horse was raised, sold, raced or currently resides, along with other suggestions involving their racing rivals or family members.
Meet the mamas and young horses of the equine industry at our nursery farms! These farms are where broodmares retire to and are cared for after racing. There are the farms where they will raise their foals for racing, sales, or other jobs.
Quality care and nutrition are essential to the health of all horses, especially when they are raising foals or competing at the highest level. As the Horse Capital of the World, Kentucky is home to the top veterinary care facilities and feed mills around.
Contact the Horse Country Concierge from 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. EST at 859-963-1004, or email us at [email protected].