Kentuckiana Farms is a Standardbred breeding farm. It stands stallions in Kentucky, New Jersey and Ontario and sells yearlings each fall at Kentucky Standardbred Sales Co.
Kentuckiana Farms is a family-owned and operated farm located on approximately 1,000 acres in Fayette and Scott counties in Kentucky. Kentuckiana also has stallion stations located in Indiana, New York, Pennsylvania and Ontario, Canada.
The Kentucky farm's main office is located in a renovated historical structure on 500 acres on Johnson Mill Road in Georgetown. The building is on the National Historic Register as being constructed in 1787...and it is believed to be the first house in Central Kentucky with glass windows. The structure has won several local preservation awards and has been nominated for national awards.
Kentuckiana has a state-of-the-art yearling complex and turn-out facilities. The complex features 90 stalls, four walking rings for yearling inspection, two mechanical exercisers with observation facilities, a round pen for breaking and conditioning, spacious turn-out paddocks and a video paddock designed to enhance yearling video productions.
Each fall, the farm sells its yearlings at the Lexington Selected Sale in Lexington, Kentucky, and at the Forest City Sale in London, Ontario. Kentuckiana is also an owner of both sales companies. The farm annually ranks among the industry's leading consignors in yearling average, attesting to the quality of the horses Kentuckiana breeds. In 2007, Kentuckiana-quality was represented by 11 National Season Leaders - more than any farm in the world - led by horse of the year recipient Falls For You, Tell All, Mister Big and Mystical Sunshine. In 2008, Kentuckiana-bred Mister Big and Honorable Daughter were named year-end champions in their respective divisions.
Kentuckiana also possesses one of the most accomplished group of stallions in all of North America. In 2010, we are excited to introduce four new stallions to our roster. They truly represent something for every breeder. Breeders Crown winner and World Champion If I Can Dream isthe full brother to super-sire Western Terror and retired with career earnings of $1,990,299. Art Official is the only horse to beat Somebeachsomewhere and boasts career earnings of $2,082,885. Swan For All won or placed in 10 of 11 career starts and was runner-up to Muscle Hill in the Bluegrass Stakes. The Pres is the most prolific-bred son of super-sire Andover Hall out of Hambletonian Oaks Champion Southwind Allaire. The stallions stand at farms in Indiana, Kentucky, New York, Pennsylvania and Ontario, offering siring opportunities to suit every breeder.
We welcome visitors, both current customers and newcomers who may be interested in becoming a part of the harness racing industry. Please call ahead or e-mail us and let us know when you'll be arriving. We look forward to seeing you!