A Barrel of Fun in Kentucky’s Bourbon Country

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California has its wonderful wine, Mexico its Tequila, and Kentucky has the bourbon.  Like fine horses, bourbon has been written into a chapter of the History of Kentucky.  Those fine horses and bourbon have one thing in common that make Kentucky unique – its limestone-rich soil.  The bluegrass that grows in this soil provides lush pastures for the thoroughbred horses, and the same soil […]

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Bluegrass and Fine Horses – Lexington, KY


Although Steve and I are neither horse-racing fans nor bourbon drinkers, a visit to Kentucky isn’t complete without checking out those two items that the state is famous for.  The area with a concentration of over 400 thoroughbred farms  is known as the Bluegrass Region – aka the Horse Capital of the World – and Lexington sits right in the middle of it.  Here’s a little […]

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