Woodford County

Woodford County, Kentucky, is as diverse in its agricultural pursuits as it is in its topography. Bordered largely by the Kentucky River with Versailles (pronounced VER-sales) as its county seat, Woodford County is, along with Fayette County, home to the most famous horse farms in the world. Ashford Stud (Coolmore), Buck Pond, Diamond A, Gainesboro, Hurstland, Lane’s End, Stonestreet, Three Chimneys, and WinStar all call Woodford County their home, along with the Woodford Reserve Distillery. Woodford County has the luxury of interstate access, connecting Versailles and the village of Midway to Lexington, Louisville, or Cincinnati with ease. Recent years have brought an influx of sport-horse interests to Woodford County as well, thanks to the appeal of the location, the beauty, and the surrounding equine support industries.

Woodford County

1788

Established as a County from a portion of Fayette County, Virginia.

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DID YOU KNOW?

HM Queen Elizabeth II is fond of Woodford County, staying at Lane’s End Farm when visiting. The farm’s owner, William Farish, served as Ambassador to the United Kingdom under President George W. Bush.

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713

Farms in the County

$76,591,000

Agricultural Production

157 Acres

Average Farm Size

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