- 5 Beds
- 7.0 Baths
- 9,935 SqFt
- 70.00 Acres
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Three Chimneys Farm is no stranger to crowds though. This Midway Kentucky veteran currently gets anywhere from 20 to 25 thousand visitors each year from various persons. Tours to visit the horse farm are available several days each week - but by appointment only. Tip: Make reservations early. Three Chimneys Farms can often be completely full for its tours for months. If you would like to make reservations for a tour, you can call (859)-873-7053.
To give some background on the horse farm: 3 Chimneys Farm was formed in 1972 with approximately 100 acres that was acquired by Blythe & Robert Clay and was named for the honeymoon location that they stayed at in the Bahamas. That initial land purchase has now ballooned to approximately 2,000 acres over six horse operations which includes several different areas of the horse industry such as a stallion area, 4 broodmare sections, and a yearling section.
Despite a disappointing finish in the Belmont Stakes, Big Brown is certainly going to go down as one of the most famous race horses in history. And I’m glad he’s in our backyard of Kentucky.