Central Kentucky Horse Farms | For Sale

Lexington Horse Farm

Horse farms for sale in Lexington, Kentucky and the surrounding rich bluegrass pasture counties.

When looking for an outstanding horse farm, you want to work with a REALTOR® that has the expertise to answer your questions. Jade Westlund-Gonzalez has over 10+ years experience selling & buying horse properties in central Kentucky. Jade’s husband Ricardo, who heralds from Argentina, with its long tradition of raising thoroughbreds, is one of Kentucky’s top bloodstock agents & has managed thoroughbred farms in Kentucky. Both Jade & Ricardo are available to sit down with you and provide the necessary experience a search for a horse farm needs. From amenities and acreage to zoning and financial considerations, Jade Westlund-Gonzalez and her team will make sure your needs are given every consideration.

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Stonewall Farm
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Dominion Hills Farm
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Jade and her team love nothing more than to help horse people find their perfect farm. Whether you’re looking for premium land that you can convert or a pre built farm with existing horse barns and stalls, she will ensure your search gets the experience it needs. Jade is licensed to sell any farm on the market in Kentucky, as well as help you find the best realtor for you in other states.

No registration is required. Through this website, Jade provides access to central Kentucky horse farm listings as well as the ability to request showings and view additional information about each farm. You can even set up email alerts to receive new property listings directly by email!

If you’re considering a horse farm purchase in central Kentucky, ask yourself these questions:

  1. Would you like assistance from an expert team who understands the horse in your search & purchase?
  2. Do you need friendly diplomacy, professionalism, and results?
  3. When you are ready to sell your farm, do you want assistance from a team who understands running a horse farm, soils, & the unstated but vital requirements for a successful farm?

If you answered “yes” to any of the above questions, we invite you to contact us today and see the result of: “Horse people helping horse professionals and enthusiasts.” We’re confident that we can help you find the right horse farm in Lexington or any other destination in Central Kentucky.

We suggest you start your search for the perfect horse farm with one of the Bluegrass pasture communities below. Alternatively, you can browse Kentucky horse farms map above with our “refined search” link to find exactly what you’re looking for.


North Middletown


Why a Bluegrass Kentucky Horse Farm?

The Bluegrass region has the most fertile pasture soil found in the USA. It is the perfect location for raising strong horses and their colts.

When looking for your own farm here in Kentucky you need to keep a few basic principals in mind. The improvements on a property ie, the house, barn and fencing will tend to deteriorate while the land beneath appreciates. Try to imagine the land with nothing on it. If you still love it then this may be the farm for you. The three things that give the land itself value are the lay (or topography), the soil quality, and the location.

The further from Lexington you drive, the cheaper land can be purchased. This is because the topography tends to become steeper and the soil poorer. Lexington and the counties surrounding Lexington: Scott, Bourbon and Woodford as examples, have excellent, horse-suitable land.

That said, the needs of different horses vary wildly. Thoroughbred babies tend to be accident-prone and need level or gently rolling land. Hunter/Jumper types need small paddocks on near level ground. Ponies and pleasure horses often get along fine on steeper land.

The lifestyle of your horses also needs to be taken into consideration. Some horses are essentially kept outdoors and a well designed run in shed may be sufficient for their comfort. Others are mostly indoor horses and require less land per head as a consequence. The type of horses that you have, or intend to acquire are key to any decision making.

Proximity to facilities that will be of use to you is also important. In this area this may include equine hospitals, interstate access, Keeneland racetrack, Thoroughbred Training Center or Kentucky Horse Park along with shopping and schools.

There’s a lot to consider when finding your dream horse farm in Central Kentucky. We can help you put the pieces together and find the right Bluegrass horse farm for you!

Here are some property features we’ll help you consider:

The Barn: The most important element of a barn is the size and location on the property. You’ll want to ensure that the barn is large enough to meet your needs and that the location will allow you to easily work within the property.

Pastures: A good quality pasture will be a source of exercise and nutrition, and their management will have a direct effect on the health of your horses. We’ll help you determine whether the pastures we look at are right for you and your horses, from seed type to paddocks.

Water: The Lexington, KY area is fairly lucky when it comes to natural water sources but we still experience drought conditions in some summer months. That’s why water management systems and supplies are a crucial aspect to consider when looking at farms. We’ll help you evaluate water sources to ensure your horses drink, regardless of the weather.

The Residence: Most horse farm owners live at their farm, which makes the house just as important as the farm itself. Make sure the real estate you purchase has the full package and that the house will suit your needs for the next several years.

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