Origination Of The Farm Name
In the early 1990’s, the Allens moved from Lexington to Cleveland, Ohio for Michael’s post-graduate education and training. Although born and bred in the South themselves, Amy (Kentucky) and Michael (Louisiana) fondly refer to their time up North as “six very long, cold, snowy winters” and, upon return to Lexington, the farm name was born. With previous experience in the thoroughbred breeding industry, and a daughter who shows hunter/jumpers, the Allens have enjoyed transforming their farm to meet the specific needs of their discerning clients in the sport horse industry.
The Allens are full time residents and on-site managers of the farm who strive to ensure your stay is above satisfaction.