The magnificent and historic GOLDEN CHANCE FARM is the ideal opportunity to establish – or grow – your presence in the Bluegrass. Measuring an appx. 457.8 acres, the farm’s soils have produced such esteemed alumni as JOHN HENRY, DUST COMMANDER (1970 Kentucky Derby winner), MASTER DERBY, and RUN DUSTY RUN. The farm is anchored by an absolutely lovely, early 20th century stone residence, complete with matching guest house and garage, and an iconic stone carillon. Three barns contain fourty four stalls, including a fascinating two-stall stone stallion barn. Stoner Creek meanders through the farm, offering some of the most breathtaking and exclusive vistas in all of Central Kentucky. Additional features include a farm office, three employee homes, and new (ca. 2020) fencing along the expansive road frontage. Farms of this size, with this provenance, are rarely publicly available! Property may be divided; call for details.